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Funding and scholarships






The University of Sheffield runs several schemes to help you fund your studies and enhance your learning experience. These range from Experience Sheffield Scholarships, which help to cut the cost of your studies, to the Global Scholars scheme, where students attend overseas summer schools.






Scholarships at the University of Sheffield

International students

There are a range of scholarships available to high-achieving international students with excellent academic results and potential. Find out if you are eligible and how to apply by visiting the University of Sheffield's webpages for international students. 

Undergraduate scholarships for international students

Dr Edward Ward Scholarships

Undergraduate applicants to the University of Sheffield can apply for an Experience Sheffield Scholarship worth £1,200 each year of their degree. Thanks to a generous endowment by Dr Edward Ward, a number of additional scholarships will now be guaranteed to students starting an undergraduate course in the Department of Physics and Astronomy from 2019 onwards.

Students who meet the eligibility criteria for an Experience Sheffield Scholarship, and who intend to study a course in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, should complete the standard Experience Sheffield Scholarship application process to be considered for one of the scholarships funded by Dr Ward. The deadline for students starting their degree in 2019 is noon on Friday 29 March 2019.

Apply for an Experience Sheffield Scholarship

Tuition fees for UK, European Union and international students are given on the University of Sheffield's webpages for undergraduates:

Tuition fees

Financial support

If you experience financial hardship while you are studying, you can apply for financial support.

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Student funding calculator

You can use the University's student funding calculator to find out which awards you could be eligible for.

Student funding calculator