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Cardiff University Scholarships

We offer Cardiff University Scholarships worth £3,000 to eligible students.

The scholarships are cash payments and are not means tested. They will be awarded to UK undergraduate students undertaking an eligible degree subject who start their studies in September 2020.

Scholarship criteria

In order to obtain a scholarship you need to:

  • achieve minimum grades AAA at A level (or an equivalent qualification)
  • satisfy all aspects of your offer
  • accept the offer of a place at Cardiff on a firm basis by 31 July 2020 (for 2020 entry).
  • meet all the terms of our terms and conditions.

You do not need to apply for this scholarship. You will be automatically considered for an award if:

  • you have accepted your offer for a designated degree programme from Cardiff University on a firm basis by 31 July 2020 (for 2020 entry) and
  • we have received and confirmed your exam results by 31 August 2020 (for 2020 entry).

If you have been awarded a scholarship you will be notified in writing by 31 October in the year that you start your course. Successful students will receive £1,500 in their first year and, subject to continuing satisfactory academic performance, the remaining £1,500 will be paid in equal instalments in each of the remaining years of their course.

For guidance on acceptable equivalent qualifications, and other advice about scholarships, please contact the Student Finance Office:

Bursaries and Scholarships

Eligible degree subjects

The following courses are eligible for a Cardiff University scholarship.

School of Biosciences

School of Chemistry

School of Computer Science

School of Earth and Ocean Sciences

School of Engineering

School of English, Communication and Philosophy

School of Geography and Planning

School of Healthcare Sciences

School of History, Archaeology and Religious Studies

School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies

School of Modern Languages

School of Music

School of Physics and Astronomy

School of Social Sciences

School of Welsh