School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials

Student Finance

Student Finance

The University and the School have some funding available for undergraduates.

The University has information on student finance for UK, EU and international students. This includes guidance on the tuition fee structure, scholarships and bursaries.

School bursaries

Undergraduate bursaries

We offer a number of undergraduate bursaries based on Stage One achievement. You'll be awarded the bursary in your second year.

In Stage One you need to have 80% attendance, and reach certain target grades. You'll be eligible for:

  • £2,000 if you achieve a grade greater than 80%
  • £1,500 if you achieve a grade greater than 75%
  • £1,000 if you achieve a grade greater than 70%
  • £500 if you achieve a grade greater than 65%

Please note that eligibility is dependent on Newcastle being selected as your first choice. School bursaries are subject to change and may be withdrawn.


Subject-specific scholarships

There are subject specific scholarships available to students accepted onto an undergraduate degree programme in the School. These include awards of £3,000 for the first year of study.

Hodcroft Larsen Undergraduate Scholarship

Download Hodcroft Larsen undergraduate bursary (Word doc: 15KB) and the application form (Word doc: 65KB).

Hodcroft Goodland Ventures Undergraduate Scholarship

Download Hodcroft Goodland Ventures Scholarship (Word doc: 15KB) and the Hodcroft Goodland application form (Word doc: 65KB).

Fiona Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship

Download  Fiona Foundation 2016/17 summary information (Word doc: 16KB) and the Fiona Foundation 2016/17 application form (Word doc: 65KB).


Vice-Chancellor's International Scholarship Scheme

If you are classed as an overseas student (for fees purposes) you may also be eligible for the Vice-Chancellor's International Scholarship Scheme. This is worth £3,000 in the first year.

Please note that all bursaries and scholarships are subject to change and may be withdrawn.