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Scholarships

Scholarships, grants and funding opportunities

Working out who to pay for your education can be overwhelming and confusing, but it doesn’t need to be.

Our Finance and Admissions staff are on hand to help you through the process.

There are scholarships and grants available across all of our study areas to help make studying more affordable. Our funding opportunities change from time to time and we may have something that suits you.

Click the arrows in the grey box below to discover the range of funding opportunities potentially available to you.

The options

SCHOLARSHIP

Students from the Trans-European Division

About the scholarship

The Trans-European Division (TED) offers up to twenty scholarships each year on a competitive basis to new full-time students from countries within the TED. The scholarship is only valid for one academic year and you cannot reapply if you have already received the scholarship.

Please note a new deadline for applications date: 15 May 2020

What it covers

This scholarship is worth up to 50% of your tuition fees or 100% of your tuition fees and 50% of your meals and accommodation on campus, depending on which country* you are from.

Who can apply

This scholarship is open to any students who live in countries within the TED, and who are aged 18–30. You must be a new student, enrolling at Newbold for the first time. You will be responsible for funding any remaining fees not covered by the scholarship.

*countries: Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Serbia, Slovenia, Sweden, UK

FUND

Student Hardship Fund

About the fund

The Student Hardship Fund exists to support student in extraordinary circumstances who are struggling to make payments for tuition, meals, or on-campus accommodation. It is generally supported by donations from alumni, staff, and friends of the College.

What it covers

The funds are distributed on an as-needed basis and are applied at the discretion of the Senior Leadership Team.

Who can apply

Any current students are able to apply for support from this fund, as long as they are facing real hardship.

How to apply

To apply for support from this fund, please contact the Chief Financial Officer.

FUND

Olive Archer Student Aid Fund

About the fund

The Olive Archer Student Aid Fund was established to assist students who are preparing for ministry in the British Union Conference (BUC).

What it covers

Allocations from this fund are considered on a case-by-case-basis.

Who can apply

You must be studying a programme in our Department of Theological Studies and be intending to go into ministerial employment. Priority for this fund is given to students who are not eligible for or are not receiving scholarships or grants from the Trans-European Division or the BUC, or who are not able to access student loans. Applicants are considered according to financial need and must demonstrate that they are committed to working in a ministerial capacity within the BUC.

SCHOLARSHIP

Year in Mission and Service Scholarship

About the scholarship

The Trans-European Division (TED) supports students who enrol in the Year in Mission and Service at Newbold and who commit to a mission project with the TED following their semester on campus.

What it covers

This scholarship covers 100% of the fully inclusive (tuition, meals, and shared accommodation on campus) programme fee for the semester on the our campus.

Who can apply

This scholarship is available to new full-time students aged 18–30 who are enrolling in the Year in Mission and Service.

DISCOUNT

Discount for children of Adventist workers in the US

About the discount

If your parents work for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the US, the organisation they work for will normally offer a discount for you to study here.

What it covers

Discounts may cover up to 70% of tuition fees at Newbold. Check with the employing organisation to confirm the discount they offer.

Who is eligible

You will usually be eligible for a discount if your parents are employed by the Church in the US.

How to claim the discount

You will need to provide a letter from the employing organisation that details the discount they are offering, along with your application for admission to Newbold.

Other grants

Where students are in receipt of grants from other sources these should be declared in writing from the lending agent and/or authority as soon as possible to the Student Finance Officer. If the fees are not met in full by these grants, the student must pay the difference between the amount of their award and the course fee.

Scholarship Application Forms

BRITISH UNION CONFERENCE UNDERGRADUATE GRANT

Applications for the BUC Grant are open throughout the year.

Applications should be made to the BUC’s Education Department.

For more information, and to apply, visit the BUC’s Education Department website.

TRANS-EUROPEAN DIVISION STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP

Students should submit their completed application form to the College’s Admissions Officer.

To download your copy of the application form, click here.

Please note a new deadline for applications date: 15 May 2020

Once completed, please submit this to: kerasmus@newbold.ac.uk

OLIVE ARCHER STUDENT AID FUND

Students should submit their completed application form to the College’s Admissions Officer.

To download your copy of the application form, click here.

Once completed, please submit this to the Student Finance Officer: sgyamfi@newbold.ac.uk

SCHOLARSHIP FOR YEAR IN MISSION AND SERVICE

Students should submit their completed application form to the College’s Admissions Officer.