Working out how to pay for your education can be overwhelming and confusing, but it doesn’t need to be.
Discover how we may be able to help support your studies with a range of scholarships, grants and funding opportunities across undergraduate and postgraduate courses, directly from us and external providers.
If you don’t see an option that you feel applies to you, the opportunities don’t stop there – get in touch with us, and one of our advisors can talk you through your options.Get in touch
If finances were holding you back from making an application, now they don’t have to. We offer a variety of ways to support your studies through a range of scholarships, grants and other funding opportunities across undergraduate and postgraduate courses, directly from us and external providers.
Thanks to funding in partnership with the British Union Conference (BUC), Tom was able to fulfil the dream of studying (BA) Theology with us – check his inspiring story out below.
Where there’s a will, there’s a way – help is on hand if you need it.
Available Scholarships and Grants
Scholarships for students from the Trans-European Division
|The funding||The TED offers up to 20 scholarships per year on a competitive basis. It is valid for one academic year.|
|The cover||The scholarship covers up to 50% of your tuition fees, or 100% of your tuition fees and 50% of your meals and accommodation on campus, depending on what country you’re from.|
|The conditions||The scholarship is open to any students aged 18-30 who live in countries within the TED50% tuition: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and the UK. 100% tuition + 50% meals and accommodation: Albania Bosnia-Herzegovina Croatia, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Serbia and Slovenia.. Please note, you cannot reapply if you have already received the scholarship. You must be enrolling at here for the first time and will be responsible for funding any remaining fees not covered by the scholarship.|
|The application||The application deadline is 31 March 2021 – you are likely to be notified of the outcome in early June.|
Grants for students from the British Union Conference
|The funding||The BUC offers grants to undergraduate and postgraduate students that are members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church (in the UK and Ireland). This grant will last for the duration of your course.|
|The cover||The grant will cover 25% of your tuition, accommodation and meal fees.|
|The conditions||Either you or your parents must have been a resident in the BUC for at least 3 years before you study here, and you must have been a member of the Adventist Church in the BUC for at least 1 year.|
|The application||Applications can be made throughout the year – and you can apply directly to the BUC’s Education Department.|
Olive Archer Student Aid Fund
|The funding||This fund assists students who are preparing for ministry in the British Union Conference (BUC).|
|The cover||Allocations of this fund are considered on a case-by-case basis.|
|The conditions||Students must be studying a course within Newbold’s Department of Theological Studies and intending to go into ministerial employment. Priority is given to students who are not eligible or receiving TED or BUC funding and cannot access student loans. Commitment to working in a ministerial capacity within the BUC must be demonstrated.|
|The application||Applications should be submitted to our Student Finance Officer by 31 August each year.|
Year in Mission and Service Scholarship
|The funding||The Trans-European Division (TED) supports students who enrol in this programme, and commit to a mission project within the TED following their next semester on campus.
|The cover||The scholarship covers 100% of the programme (fully-inclusive of tuition, meals, and shared accommodation on campus).|
|The conditions||This funding is only available for new full-time students on this programme, and aged 18-30.|
|The application||Applications should be submitted to our Admissions office.|
Discount for children of Adventist workers in the US
|The funding||This discount is available if a student’s parents work for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the US, and the organisation they work for normally offer this funding.|
|The cover||Discounts may cover up to 70% of tuition fees here. Check with the employing organisation to confirm the discount offering.|
|The conditions||The discount is only applicable to students whose parents are employed by the Church in the US.|
|The application||A student’s application for admission here should include a letter from the employing organisation, detailing the discount they are offering.|
Some governments offer specific scholarships, grants or other educational discounts to residents from their own country, which you may be able to apply to your studies at Newbold. New scholarships for continuing students are also announced towards the end of the Autumn Semester. Contact one of our student advisors to find out more about these funding opportunities.
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