Scholarships and Prizes are available through various schools, courses and external organisations. Each has its own eligibility criteria. Please take your time to read through the information provided to ensure you are eligible before applying.
Students may be eligible to receive the means-tested Widening Access Bursary. Please read the eligibility criteria carefully.
Students who are the first in their family to attend University, and face financial barriers in accessing higher education may be eligible to apply for an Ulster University Community Scholarship.
If you are a care leaver or have previously spent time in care for three months or more, you may be eligible to apply for a Care-leaver Bursary.
If you are an asylum seeker with 'right to study' included in your immigration status, then you may be eligible to apply for an Asylum Seekers Scholarship.
UVersity Higher Education Scholarships for Adult Learners can help individuals 23 years or older to complete a bachelor's degree. Ensure you read all the information before applying.
Commonwealth Scholarships Commission provides support to International Students studying in the UK. Scholarships provide talented and motivated individuals with the opportunity to enhance knowledge and skills in their given sector, in order to contribute to sustainable development in their home countries.
Student bank accounts off access to interest free overdrafts for the duration of your course, plus up to two years interest free after graduation. They are the cheapest and most flexible way to borrow money, if managed wisely.
Personal Loans can sourced online or through local high street branches. Shop around for the most affordable deals with the lowest interest rate.
Credit Union loans can be sourced through your local branch both in Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland. You will need to be a member and will require some savings first. Credit Unions offer loans without any hidden charges or fees for early repayment. Some local Credit Unions provide grants to help students in their study. Please visit your local branch to enquire.
All Ireland Scholarship Scheme gives 25 awards per year to top-performing students for the duration of their undergraduate degree course. Please ensure you read the eligibility criteria before applying.
GAA Club scholarships can support full-time undergraduate students (in second year or above) who are actively involved in the University's GAA Club. Please ensure you read the eligibility criteria before applying.
Lord Enniskillen Memorial Orange Society offer means-tested grants to members over 18 years old in full-time education, for a minimum of 10 hours per week.
Visit the Scholarship Hub for details on sponsored degrees in the UK.
If you are 25 or under and a Vegetarian, you may be eligible to apply for a grant from The Vegetarian Charity.
ROI students may be eligible to apply for a Back to Education Allowance, or a St Vincent de Paul Educational Grant.
If you are currently employed, speak to your employer about sponsorship to help fully or part-fund your course.
Self-fund your course through working whilst studying part-time.
Visit Employability and Careers for support with CV writing and employability skills. They also advertise available placements and jobs through Handshake.
You can search Job Centre Online and NI Job Finder and local recruitment agencies for current vacancies available.