Funding and scholarships

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The University offers a wide range of scholarships and bursaries to support students with their studies. The funding available to you will depend on whether you are considered a UK/EU student or an international student, for tuition fee purposes. 

The School of Design currently has the following scholarship opportunity:

Fashion Technology Clothworkers Excellence  scholarship

We offer a number of scholarships of £7,500 for students studying our BA Fashion Technology course which are awarded as £2,500 for each of the three years of study.

All Home/EU students who apply to the course will automatically be considered for this Excellence Scholarship and we will select students based on their academic experience as well as professional knowledge or experience which you have demonstrated in your UCAS application.

The University offers the following scholarships for undergraduate students: 

UK Undergraduate Means-Tested Scholarship

For 2019 entry, if your household income is less than £42,875 a year you may be eligible to apply for a means-tested undergraduate scholarship.

Worth £3,000 a year for three years (paid in cash instalments), our UK undergraduate means-tested scholarships are of higher value than the University’s funding package – Leeds Financial Support (funding which is automatically awarded based on a student’s household income level).

The scholarships are non-repayable and are in addition to the financial support you can receive from the government (ie tuition fee loan or maintenance loan).

Alongside the scholarships, you'll have access to one-to-one support and advice sessions, group workshops, mentoring opportunities, social events and monthly newsletters updating you on relevant activity on and off campus.

You can check the eligibility criteria and apply online.

There are also scholarships available for sports excellence and enterprise support.

Luke Alton BA Fashion Technology

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I enjoy the practical sessions the most, this is where you can get an understanding of a machine or process hands-on instead of just learning about it in a lecture. I have to say the facilities within the School of Design are exceptional.
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