Our scholarships and awards recognise and reward outstanding achievement and ability. All scholarships, awards and prizes are cash awards and do not have to be paid back.
Access to Hope Scholarship
Liverpool Hope University are pleased to offer 10 new scholarships worth £3,000 per year over the normal period of study (excluding any placement years and any additional years of study due to transfer onto an Integrated Masters course) to home and EU students who are starting an undergraduate course in September 2023 and make Liverpool Hope University their Firm choice on their UCAS application.
Care Leavers Bursary
Liverpool Hope University are pleased to announce that they will be supporting UK care leaver students joining a full-time Undergraduate degree programme in September 2023 at Liverpool Hope University and who are aged under 25 at the start of your course. The bursary is also open to students who are living in Foyer/supported housing
The performance scholarships are available to new students commencing their undergraduate studies in year 1 in 2023/24 and are worth £3,000 over the period of study.
For further details about the Criteria and Application process click here (Performance and Music Scholarships)
Liverpool Hope University has introduced nine fully-funded music scholarship opportunities, which together are worth more than £40,000 representing a wonderful opportunity for any aspiring musician or singer.
For further details about the Criteria and Application process click here (Performance and Music Scholarship)
Student Services Awards
Liverpool Hope University are pleased to announce the second year of the Student Services Awards. The Awards provide students from all levels with an opportunity to take on a University project and receive a bursary worth up to £1,200 whilst developing their professional skills.
Summer Research Scholarships
The University is again establishing a number of student scholarships this summer to enable current 2nd year (Level I) undergraduate students to enhance their research skills ahead of entering upon their 3rd year (Level H) research dissertations. Scholarship holders will be guided by a University academic (supervisor) through engagement with an ongoing research topic in their area. Precise skills to be enhanced will be determined by academic area, but may include: data collection, data analysis, experimentation, bibliographical research, archival retrieval and draft report writing. The scholarship of £1000 is intended to enable you to spend about 100 hours of time on this over the summer without the need to undertake paid employment. These projects will commence from the week of 19th June 2023 (or soon after the assessments are over) and an on-campus accommodation will be made available, paid by the University, to work on these research projects, should you require one.
ICAEW Foundation Bursary
The ICAEW Foundation have agreed to provide a bursary for an academically talented student from a financially challenged background, who would like to study for an Accounting & Finance degree at Liverpool Hope University. This bursary will run for the three years of the student’s study and is for an amount of £4,000 per annum. Applications open in Spring.