Scholarships and Student Funding

Current students

Information on available funding opportunities, prizes, and awards available to current students at the University of Edinburgh.

The NatWest Group Bursary

NatWest Group are offering five bursary awards to University of Edinburgh eligible students for the 2021-2022 academic year.

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners Scholarship

Two undergraduate scholarships are available for eligible students from the Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. One scholarship will be awarded to a current Year 1 student, and one to a current Year 2 student.

The Scotland Scholarship (for students pre 2020 entry)

Scholarship for Scotland domiciled students.

The University of Edinburgh Scholarship (for students pre 2020 entry)

For students domiciled in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

University prizes and awards

Scholarships and prizes awarded at the discretion of the University.

Tuition Fees

Information for current students on tuition fees, studying abroad and other fees.

Study abroad

Awards available to undergraduates and postgraduates for study abroad opportunities.

Student loans and grants

Public funding for eligible UK/EU undergraduates

Other undergraduate awards

Awards funded from a variety of sources for undergraduates.

The Push Doctor Medical Grant

Push Doctor are offering grant opportunities for three students studying medicine at any UK institution.

Other postgraduate awards

Current postgraduate students may also qualify for awards from external funds.

Edinburgh 4 Learning - Online Funding Search Facility

Whether you are a postgraduate or undergraduate student, this website will help you access the financial support you need whilst you learn.

Rent Guarantor Scheme

The purpose of this scheme is to enable University of Edinburgh students to rent private accommodation that may not otherwise be available, because a UK-based rent guarantor is required.

Daniella Sciama Award for Achievement through Adversity

An annual award has been established in honour of Daniella Sciama who died in December 2013 following a sudden asthma attack, having lived with a range of chronic conditions throughout her childhood. Daniella, who was just 18 years of age when she died, was studying International Business and Economics at the University of Edinburgh.

Related Links

Discretionary Funds

Childcare Fund for UK students

Canadian Tax forms