For those who achieve AAB or higher at A-level or the equivalent in other qualifications
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LLOYDS SCHOLARS PROGRAMME
Get up to £14,500 to help with study, living costs and career development*
The programme is designed to reward outstanding academic performance; provide mentoring and internship opportunities; develop employability skills; and encourage involvement within the local community.Lloyds Scholars offers a complete financial and support package including annual bursaries, paid internships, a business mentor, development of employability skills, and the opportunity to receive end of course excellence awards. Applications open in May each year.
New students can compete to receive one (or more) of eight awards.
All students entering the University for the first time to undertake a primary degree, and who have achieved at least three A grades at A-level (including AVCEs), are eligible to enter the University’s annual A-level Entrance Scholarship Competition. A number of scholarships are available varying from £600 to £2,400.Scholarship details
Available to current students who have achieved a high standard in their particular sport
These awards include sports science support, free use of facilities, free equipment and financial assistance. There are over 100 Academy Scholarship places available each year. Applications will open between 1 July – 2 October 2020.Further details
Our Elite Athlete Programme (EAP) provides students a platform to achieve their sporting and academic goals
The programme places equal emphasis on academia and sporting ambition and offers benefits including academic planning, financial assistance, tutoring, media support, physiotherapy, access to facilities and bespoke sports clothing.
Applications open in March 2021 for 2021-22 entry.
The Rob Saunders Rugby Scholarship will pay full undergraduate fees for three years to one student (male or female) joining Queen’s in 2019.
There will be an additional, annual cash bursary of £3,500 paid to the Scholar to support living expenses, travel etc. You can apply for the scholarship when you have a confirmed offer from Queen’s.
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Queen’s is committed to helping international students to achieve their ambitions. Over £1.5 million of international scholarships are available for 2020/21.View available scholarships
Queen's is pleased to award two scholarships covering all tuition fees and living costs for students enrolling on a full-time undergraduate programme.Scholarship details
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