NUA welcomes candidates from all backgrounds. Financial support is available for students who need extra help.
We are committed to offering fair access to all. The university bursary scheme offers financial help to students from low and medium income households. The bursary is paid each year and helps to cover living expenses while at university.
The bursary will be paid in February 2019.
Please note: eligible students who withdraw from their course or are not in regular attendance before 1st February 2019 will not receive the bursary.
For further information on bursaries, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students can also apply for financial help from other sources of support. A number of local foundations offer students in Norwich and Norfolk the chance to apply for a bursary. There are also national organisations which offer financial help.
The University’s Access Agreement sets out our commitments to ensure fair access and student success for students from under-represented backgrounds, through outreach work, financial and other kinds of student support.
The Access Agreement for those starting at NUA in 2018 is provided below.
Students who started at NUA in earlier years can read the relevant access agreement online.
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