On this page you can find the General Terms and Conditions for undergraduate scholarships, postgraduate taught scholarships, music scholarships and sports scholarships for the 2021-22 academic year.

 

View the General Terms and Conditions for 2020-21.

Undergraduate Terms and Conditions 2021-22

Undergraduate key terms and conditions

 

Only one academic or Donor Funded UEA Scholarship will be awarded to eligible students. If you have been offered more than one academic or Donor-Funded Scholarship you will be able to request which one you would prefer to receive. It is possible to receive a Donor-Funded Year Abroad Scholarship in additional to a regular Donor Funded scholarship provided the two scholarships do not provide funding for the same academic year.

General terms and conditions

 

A scholarship is an award or payment made to support a student's education, awarded on the basis of academic or other achievement.

What scholarships do these terms and conditions apply to?

  1. Bright Spark Scholarship Scheme 
  2. Donor-Funded Scholarship Scheme 
  3. International Office Scholarship Scheme
  4. Malaysia TNE Partners’ Scholarship Scheme
  5. China TNE Partners’ Scholarship Scheme
  6. UK International Foundation Scholarship Scheme
  7. UEA Actuarial Science Scholarship
  8. Cyprus Military Service Scholarship

 

About these terms

Please also refer to UEA’s General Regulations for Students

If successful, you will be registered and enrolled with us as a full-time or part-time undergraduate student for a credit-bearing undergraduate programme under our Degree Regulations set out in the University Calendar. You must abide by our Charter, Statutes, Ordinances, Regulations and Policies in force.

We may make changes to these Terms from time to time and the version that is applicable to you will be those that were in force at the date of your first enrolment with us.  

If you wish to decline a scholarship offer from us prior to registering at the University please email admissions@uea.ac.uk. We will then withdraw our scholarship offer and confirm this in writing. Any offer of a place on one of our courses would not be affected.  

 

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria for each of the scholarships is set out in the appendices in this document.

If we are of the reasonable view that you do not meet our Eligibility Criteria and you wish to appeal, we will ask you to provide us with such proof as we deem necessary to make a new assessment. You must supply us with the requested evidence as soon as reasonably possible.  

 

Payment of your Scholarship

Bright Spark Scholarship Scheme 

Your scholarship will be paid into your nominated account annually in years 1, 2 and 3 of your course. Each instalment will be £1000. These will take place in February of each academic year. Part-time students who study a minimum of 25% full time equivalent (fte) may be eligible for UEA scholarship support. Any support given will be proportional to tuition fees paid and the maximum payable will not exceed the fulltime equivalent.  

Donor-Funded Scholarship Scheme

The majority of scholarships can either be deducted directly from your tuition fee charges by the University or received as maintenance grant payments direct to your bank account to assist with living costs. This will be confirmed in your Scholarship Agreement. 

 

Maintenance grant scholarships are paid in nine monthly instalments from October – June each academic year or as confirmed in your Scholarship Agreement. 

 

International Office Scholarship Scheme
Malaysia TNE Partners’ Scholarship Scheme
China TNE Partners’ Scholarship Scheme
UK International Foundation Scholarship Scheme
 

The Scholarships will be issued in the form of a tuition fee discount. No cheque or payment will be made directly.

The UEA Actuarial Science Scholarship

The scholarship will be paid into your nominated account annually in years 1, 2 and 3 of your course. Each instalment will be £2000. These will take place in February of each academic year. Part-time students who study a minimum of 25% full time equivalent (fte) may be eligible for UEA scholarship support. Any support given will be proportional to tuition fees paid and the maximum payable will not exceed the fulltime equivalent.   

 

Removal of a Scholarship

We may remove the Scholarship immediately in the event that:   - You withdraw from your programme of study; or  

  • You are expelled, suspended or excluded from the whole or part of the University or your programme of study for academic failure; or  
  • We are of the reasonable opinion that you have made any misrepresentation (whether negligently or intentionally) to us either in respect of applying for the Scholarship or during the course of and in connection with your studies at the University; or  
  • We are of the reasonable opinion that you have acted fraudulently or dishonestly in connection with securing your Scholarship or place at the University.  

In the event of a period of interruption to your studies, including maternity or paternity leave, any payments will be suspended until you return and progress to the next stage of your course.   

If at any stage you decide to defer entry onto the course until the following year, then you will no longer be eligible for a Scholarship. You may apply again the following year, but an award cannot be guaranteed and you will be subject to the eligibility of whatever scheme operates in that year of entry.  

 

Repayment of the Scholarship  

In the event that your Scholarship is removed, you will be liable to pay us the monetary amount equating to your Scholarship, immediately on demand.  

If we have made an error in calculating your Scholarship and as a result you have received any funds to which you were not entitled, we may request that you repay us the amount overpaid and you will be liable to repay it to us within 30 days of our demand.  

In addition to any other rights we may have at law to take action against you for recovery or repayment, the amount so outstanding will be treated by us as a sum due to us in accordance with our General Regulations on Fees and Charges.

 

Marketing and Promotion   

You may be required to make yourself available at reasonable notice for any publicity and marketing campaigns which we may want to run in connection with our scholarship schemes, which may include but not be limited to public appearances, speeches, photographs, blogging and/tweeting or interviews.  

 

How We May Use Your Personal Information  

We will use the personal information you provide to us to administer the Scholarship scheme. We will retain all documents we receive in connection with the Scholarship scheme along with your other student records in accordance with our Data Protection Policy

Once you are enrolled at UEA, the University will contact you using your University student email account. It is your responsibility to check this account regularly for important information regarding payment of your Scholarship, and any other requests relating to the Scholarships scheme.  

The detailed eligibility criteria and application process for each type of scholarship can be found in the attached appendices. 

Appendix 1: Bright Spark scholarship scheme

 

Bright Spark Scholarship Scheme  

  

Bright Spark eligibility criteria  

You are eligible to apply for a Bright Spark Scholarship under these terms if you meet all of the following criteria: 

 

  • You are liable for ‘home’ fee status. Those liable for international fees are not eligible for this scholarship. 
  • You are enrolling on your first undergraduate degree course at UEA, including courses with a Foundation Year and Dip HE Operating Department Practice, in September 2021.
  • You are enrolled and attending as a student at the University at the time of payment in either year 0 or year 1.  
  • You achieve the grades specified below in one of the following research projects:  
    • A or A* in the Extended Project Qualification  
    • B in the Extended Essay in the International Baccalaureate  
    • 9 credits in the Independent Research Project  
    • D3 in the Cambridge Pre-U Global Perspectives and Research paper  
    • Advanced Welsh Baccalaureate Level 3 with distinction in the Individual Investigation
    • The East Norfolk 6th Form College Personal Development Programme Gold Award  
  • You achieve the grades specified in one of the following sets of qualifications in addition to the specified research project grades:  
    • BBB at A level  
    • A level Critical Thinking will only be considered for a Scholarship if included as part of the conditions of an offer.  General Studies is not included.  
    • A* grades are treated as A grades for scholarship purposes.  
    • Additional AS qualifications are not considered for the Bright Spark Scholarship  
    • 31 points from International Baccalaureate  
    • AABBB from five Scottish Highers (or CCC from 3 Scottish Advanced Highers; grades achieved in Advanced Highers supersede grades achieved in the same subjects in Highers)  
    • DDM from BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma  
    • DDM from Cambridge Technical Extended Diploma  
    • 45 level 3 credits at Merit from Access course  
    • Cambridge Pre-U Diploma: M1 M1 M1 (in 3 principal subjects) 

  

Scholarships are awarded based on the qualifications detailed above. Combined awards are accepted for the Bright Spark Scholarship, on the condition that each individual award is the equivalent of BBB at A level. Therefore, combined awards which meet the UCAS tariff equivalent of BBB at A level, but are not individually equal to a B at A level, will not be considered. 

If examinations are cancelled we will use final grades as verified by the relevant exam board in line with advice from the UK Government, the Joint Council for Qualifications and Ofqual.  We are unable to accept predicted grades or any other type of grade directly from teachers, schools or colleges. Final grades must be issued by the relevant exam board.

To apply for the scholarship you must hold an offer of a place from UEA and to receive the scholarship you must have selected UEA as your firm choice institution, not your insurance choice. You must meet the deadline for apply to the award, outlined on the Bright Spark Scholarship page.

 

The Bright Spark Scholarship process  

If you meet the eligibility criteria and would like to be considered for a Scholarship, you must complete the application form which can be found on the Bright Spark Scholarship page.

Provided we are satisfied that you meet our eligibility criteria and achieve the specified grades, we will pay your Scholarship to your nominated account annually in years 1, 2 and 3 of your course. Each instalment will be £1000. These will take place in February of each academic year. Part-time students who study a minimum of 25% full time equivalent (fte) may be eligible for UEA scholarship support. Any support given will be proportional to tuition fees paid and the maximum payable will not exceed the full-time equivalent.  

If we are satisfied that you have met all the eligibility criteria we will pay the Scholarship to your nominated account. However, if we remain of the view that you still do not meet our eligibility criteria, we will advise you of this in writing. It is your responsibility to ensure that any change in bank account details is advised to the University.  

The maximum period that an annual payment will be paid to you is three years (36 months) for full time students or six years (72 months) for part-time students.  

Appendix 2: Donor-funded scholarship scheme

 

Donor-Funded Scholarship Scheme 

 

The Difference Scholarship eligibility criteria  

You are eligible to apply for one of ‘The Difference’ Scholarships under these Terms if you meet all these criteria: 

  • You are a UK citizen, or a citizen of the Channel Islands or Isle of Man and are liable for ‘home’ fee status. International and EU citizens or those liable for international or EU fees are not eligible for this scholarship. 
  • You are enrolling on your first undergraduate degree course at UEA, including courses with a Foundation Year and Dip HE Operating Department Practice, in September 2021, or you are a current UEA Foundation Year student entering your year 1 in September 2021. 
  • You must come from a household with an income of less than £30,000*. To confirm this criteria, the University will liaise directly with Student Finance to check that the household income information you have provided to them confirms that your household’s income is less than £30,000. When this check takes place (usually in September), if your household income is found to be more than £30,000 you will no longer be eligible to receive the scholarship and your scholarship offer will be withdrawn. To aid this process, it is therefore helpful if you choose to submit your household income information to Student Finance. 
  • You meet the deadline for applying to the award. Please see our Donor Funded Undergraduate Scholarships page for details.
  • To receive the scholarship you must have selected UEA as your firm choice institution, not your insurance choice. 

 

*Your household income will be based on the information you submit to Student Finance. This will be regarding the financial year ending the April one and a half years before the start of your course in September. For example, for 2021 entry, Student Finance ask for your household income between April 2019 and April 2020. A full definition of “household income” and information on how you should apply for Student Finance is available here:  https://www.gov.uk/apply-for-student-finance/household-income.  

  

Other donor funded scholarships with additional eligibility criteria 

The criteria for the Difference Scholarships apply to all Undergraduate Donor-Funded Scholarships, however, individual Donor-Funded Scholarships may also have additional criteria, as listed below. Please note that not all Donor-Funded Scholarships run annually. Some can be claimed as tuition fees or maintenance grants - this will be specified on the website and in your Scholarship Agreement. 

The list of Scholarships below is not exhaustive and new donor-funded scholarships may be added to the website at any time. Where this is the case the terms and conditions listed in this document will apply and any additional eligibility requirements or obligations for the new Scholarship will be listed on the website or included in your Scholarship agreement. 

We reserve the right to adjust Scholarship eligibility criteria up until the application deadline, provided the change(s) do not make applications already submitted ineligible or disadvantage them in any way.

 

  • The Alex and Anne Smith Scholarship is available to undergraduate applicants with a Home fee status studying on any course in the School of Biology with household incomes under £30,000.
  • The Business, Economics and Finance Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the BSc Hons Business, Finance, and Economics.
  • The Chauntry Scholarship is available to undergraduate applicants studying on any three year programme in the School of Computing Sciences. Preference will be given to applicants resident in postcode SL6.
  • The Dominic Russell Scholarship is available for applicants with a Home fee status who have applied for a place on the BSc (Hons) Mathematics or the MMath Master of Mathematics with household incomes under £30,000. 
  • The Dwayne Stallings Scholarship is available to applicants to all undergraduate three-year courses in any faculty with a home fee status who achieve AAA or equivalent at A-level and have a household income of under £30,000. 
  • The Edward and Ivy Rose Hood Memorial Scholarship is available for applicants ordinarily resident in Norfolk or Suffolk who have applied for a place on any undergraduate degree with a foundation year in the Norwich Medical School or any school within the Faculty of Sciences. Preference will be given to applicants over the age of 21. 
  • The Lee Bray Scholarship is available for applicants with a Home fee status who are ordinarily resident in the Lowestoft or Waveney area. 
  • The Jake Humphrey Scholarship in Film, Television and Media Studies is available for applicant with home fee status with a household income of under £30,000 who have applied for a place on any undergraduate degree in the department of Film, Television and Media Studies.
  • The Maria Bourboulis Scholarship* is available to applicants who are of Greek nationality and are ordinarily resident in Greece. Preference will be given to applicants in the School of Social Work or in the Faculty of Social Sciences. 
  • The Marie Hamren-Larsson Scholarship is available for applicants with a Home fee status who have applied for a place on a BSc course in the School of Environmental Sciences with a household income under £30,000.
  • The Mark V Williams Undergraduate Scholarship is available for applicants with a Home fee status who have applied for a place on the BSc Accounting and Finance course with a household income under £30,000.
  • The Medical Aspirations Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the MBBS Medicine or MBBS Medicine with a Foundation Year course, who are ordinarily resident in East Anglia. All students who have attended the Medical Aspirations Residential course and secured their place at UEA will be automatically considered for the Scholarship. 
  • The Mike Hammond Scholarship is available for applicants who have applied for a place on any three-year undergraduate course in the School of Economics. Applicants cannot have a criminal record, and preference is given to those whose parents/guardians did not complete higher education. 
  • The Mills and Reeve Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for any threeyear undergraduate course in the School of Law with household income under £30,000. Preference will be given to applicants who are the first generation in their family to attend university.
  • The Nick Hynes Scholarship is available for applicants to any undergraduate course with household income under £30,000. Preference is given to applicants applying to study a course in the Faculty of Social Sciences. 
  • The North Eastern Scholarship is available for applicants to any three or four-year undergraduate course with household income under £30,000 who are ordinarily resident in one of the following North East England postcode areas: Bradford (BD), Durham (DH), Darlington (DL), Doncaster (DN), Huddersfield (HD), Harrogate (HG), Hull (HU), Halifax (HX), Leeds (LS), Newcastle (NE), Sheffield (S), Sunderland (SR), Cleveland/Teeside (TS), Wakefield (WF), York (YO). Preference is given to applicants from the TS postcode. 
  • The North Walsham Vikings Bursary is available for applicants to any undergraduate course who have agreed to play rugby for North Walsham Vikings Rugby Football Club. 
  • The Panasonic Scholarship in the Faculty of Science is available for applicants to any undergraduate course in the Faculty of Science with the exception of Engineering.
  • The Panasonic Scholarship in Engineering is available for applicants to any undergraduate course in the department of Engineering. 
  • The Paul Head Memorial Scholarship is available for applicants to any undergraduate courses in the Faculty of Social Sciences, who have been educated in the state sector and whose parents/guardians did not complete higher education with a household income under £30,000.
  • The Roy Snelling Scholarship is for applicants with home fee status on any undergraduate course in the School of Computing Sciences and Norwich Business School (alternating years) with household income under £30,000.
  • The Santander Bursary is available for applicants with home fee status and a household income under £30,000 to any undergraduate course at UEA.
  • The Victor Thomas Penfold Scholarship is for applicants to any course which includes

Politics or International Relations in the title (within the School of Politics, Philosophy and Language and Communication Studies), or any course in the Norwich Business School, for applicants ordinarily resident in England with household income under £30,000.

  • The Ziggurat Scholarship is for applicants with Home fee status on any undergraduate course with household income under £30,000, who are ordinarily resident within 20 miles of postcode SW2.

 

The donor-funded scholarship process 

If you meet the eligibility criteria and would like to be considered for a scholarship, you must complete the application form (if applicable) which can be found on our scholarships webpages. 

If you do not provide us with the required information for application of the scholarship when prompted, or if you provide us with incomplete or incorrect information, we will not be able to process your scholarship application further. 

We will aim to process all requests for the scholarship in a timely manner, once you have provided the relevant information regarding the scholarship and provided they meet our eligibility criteria. 

Provided we are satisfied that you meet our eligibility criteria, and you are chosen by the panel as the preferred recipient, you must then choose UEA as your firm choice (not insurance) via UCAS in order to receive the scholarship. 

Each scholarship’s availability is dependent on the generosity of the donor and on available funds. As such, we may withdraw the availability of scholarships at any time up until a formal scholarship offer is made to a recipient. 

We reserve the right to adjust scholarship eligibility criteria up until the application deadline, provided the change(s) do not make applications already submitted ineligible or disadvantage them in any way. 

If no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit, scholarships will not be awarded. 

It is your responsibility to inform the Development Office of any other scholarship or tuition fee reduction which you are offered by UEA, as it is not possible to hold some UEA scholarships with a donor-funded scholarship. Where both a donor-fund scholarship has been offered by the Development Office and a UEA Scholarship has been offered by the Admissions Office or the relevant School, the combined amount of funding available will not exceed £10,000. 

No person will be awarded the same donor-funded scholarship more than once. 

The scholarship is payable after you have completed the University’s registration process. 

The values of undergraduate donor-funded scholarships are advertised on our website and the final amount awarded confirmed in writing at point of scholarship offer. 

It is your responsibility to ensure that any change in bank account details is advised to the University. 

If you plan to change your course, intercalate or withdraw from your course, you are expected to inform both the University and the Development Office as soon as possible as this could affect your eligibility for the scholarship. 

Part-time students should understand that any support given will be proportional to tuition fees charged (where applicable) and will be spread pro-rata throughout the duration of the course. 

For students enrolled on a course including a year in industry or year abroad etc., the scholarship will be given for the three years of study during which the student is based at UEA. No funding will be given for the year away from UEA. 

Appendix 3: International Scholarship Scheme

 

INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME 

International Office Scholarship eligibility criteria 

You are eligible for an Undergraduate International  Scholarship under these Terms if you meet all these criteria: 

  • You are an international or EU student paying Overseas fees. If the fee status changes during your course from Overseas to Home Fees the scholarship shall be discontinued. 
  • Scholarship applicants must hold either a conditional or unconditional offer for an undergraduate degree course for year 1 at UEA. 
  • To receive the scholarship you must have selected UEA as your firm choice institution in UCAS, not your insurance choice. The scholarship offer holder must meet all remaining conditions for entry to the University. 
  • You must be domiciled or attending school outside of the UK
  • You must be an independently funded student paying your own tuition fees and not sponsored by a government or non-government organisation. 
  • This award cannot be held in conjunction with another UEA scholarship award. 
     

Eligible programmes 

Scholarships may be offered by us in respect of credit-bearing undergraduate taught programmes awarded by us. Applicants should be applying to the first year of a full bachelor’s degree.  Applicants for MB/BS Medicine, BSc Physiotherapy and BSc Occupational Therapy are not be eligible to apply for these scholarships. 

International Scholarship process 

If you meet the eligibility criteria, you are invited to apply for the International Office Scholarship via this form.

Applications are considered on a panel by panel basis taking into account current grades, a written submission and your personal statement.  Successful applicants will be notified by email and the panel’s decision is final.

Scholarships are awarded per year of study, for a maximum of three years.  The length of the scholarship awarded will be specified in your scholarship notification email.  Payments in subsequent years are conditional on your continued progress through the degree you commenced studies on.  Payments will not be made for repeat years or where course has been transferred.

If your course includes a year abroad or a year in industry, the scholarship will not be paid in this year. 

Appendix 4: UK International Foundation Scholarship Scheme

 

UK INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION & INTO PROGRESSION SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME 

UK International Foundation and INTO Progression Scholarship eligibility criteria 

You are eligible for a UK International Foundation Scholarship under these Terms if you meet all these criteria: 

  • You are an Overseas fee paying student. If the fee status changes during your course from Overseas to Home Fees the scholarship shall be discontinued.
  • Scholarship applicants must hold either a conditional or unconditional offer for an undergraduate degree course at UEA.
  • You are progressing to UEA from a UK based foundation course lasting more than 9 months
  • To receive the scholarship you must have selected UEA as your firm choice institution, not your insurance choice. 
  • The scholarship offer holder must meet all remaining conditions for entry to the University. 
  • The scholarship is offered for year 1 only, of a specified course; there is no guarantee that the scholarship will be transferred to an alternative course. 
  • Your grades achieved during the year before transferring to a UEA course will determine the scholarship amount:
    • Students meeting UEA’s academic offer will receive a scholarship of £1,000 
    • Students applying to a non-lab fee course (£17,100) and attaining 75%-79.9% will receive £2,000
    • Students applying to a non-lab fee course (£17,100) and attaining 80% or greater will receive £3,000
    • Students applying to a lab fee course (£21,700) and attaining 75% or greater will receive £5,000

*Equivalent grades, such as letter graded systems, will be eligible as defined by the University and provided on request. 

 

  • You must be domiciled and attending the programme in the UK at the point of submitting your UCAS application. 
  • You must be an independently funded student paying their own tuition fees and not sponsored by a government or non-government organisation.
  • This award cannot be held in conjunction with another UEA scholarship award. 

 
The UK International Foundation and INTO Progression Scholarship process 

If you meet the eligibility criteria, the fee discount of the UK International Foundation Scholarship will be automatically deducted from the tuition fee for your first year of study. You do not need to make a separate application. 

If we are of the reasonable view that you do not meet our eligibility criteria and you wish to appeal we will ask you to provide us with such proof as we deem necessary to make this assessment. You must supply us with the requested evidence as soon as reasonably possible.

Appendix 5: The UEA Actuarial Science Scholarship

 

The UEA Actuarial Science Scholarship  

Eligibility criteria   

You are eligible to apply for an Actuarial Scholarship under these terms if you meet all of the following criteria:  

  • You are enrolling on your first undergraduate degree course at UEA, in September 2021.
  • You are enrolled and attending as a student at the University at the time of payment.   
  • You achieve the grades specified in one of the following sets of qualifications:   
    • AAB at A level with an A in Mathematics   
    • A level Critical Thinking will only be considered for a Scholarship if included as part of the conditions of an offer.  General Studies is not included.   
    • A* grades are treated as A grades for scholarship purposes.   
    • Additional AS qualifications are not considered for the Actuarial Science Scholarship   
    • 33 points from International Baccalaureate with Higher level 6 in Mathematics  
    • AAAAA from five Scottish Highers with an A in Mathematics (or BBC with a B in Mathematics from 3 Scottish Advanced Highers; grades achieved in Advanced Highers supersede grades achieved in the same subjects in Highers)  
    • DDD (alongside a grade A in A level Mathematics) from BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma     
    • Pass the Access Diploma with Distinction in 36 credits at level 3 and Merit in 9 credits at level 3 including 12 level 3 credits in Mathematics   
    • Cambridge Pre-U Diploma: D3 D3 M1 (in 3 principal subjects)      
  • You must hold an offer of a place from UEA and to receive the scholarship you must have selected UEA as your firm choice institution, not your insurance choice.  

 

The UEA Actuarial Science Scholarship process   

If you meet the eligibility criteria you will automatically be considered for the scholarship.  

Provided we are satisfied that you meet our eligibility criteria and achieve the specified grades, we will pay your Scholarship to your nominated account annually in years 1, 2 and 3 of your course. Each instalment will be £2000. These will take place in February of each academic year. Part-time students who study a minimum of 25% full time equivalent (fte) may be eligible for UEA scholarship support. Any support given will be proportional to tuition fees paid and the maximum payable will not exceed the full-time equivalent.   

If we are satisfied that you have met all the eligibility criteria we will pay the Scholarship to your nominated account. However, if we remain of the view that you still do not meet our eligibility criteria, we will advise you of this in writing. It is your responsibility to ensure that any change in bank account details is advised to the University.   

The maximum period that an annual payment will be paid to you is three years (36 months) for full time students or six years (72 months) for part-time students.  

Appendix 6: Cyprus Military Service Scholarship

 

Cyprus Military Service Scholarship

This scholarship is for students who are ordinarily resident in Cyprus and have had to defer their place from 2020 entry to 2021 entry due to compulsory military service. The award will reduce the tuition fee by £5,000 for the first year of study. 

Eligibility 

  • These scholarships are restricted to applicants who are overseas fees payers (following the UK’s exit from the European Union) and are ordinarily resident in Cyprus. 
  • Applicants must have completed military service during the year of 2020-21 and received military certificate απολυτήριο στρατού 
  • Applicants must be entirely self-funded. These awards are not available to students who are fully or partly sponsored. 
  • Applicants must be starting their first year of study on an undergraduate degree course at the University of East Anglia in September 2021
  • Undergraduate applicants must make UEA their firm choice 
  • Only one scholarship can be awarded per student and the award cannot normally be held in conjunction with other UEA awards.  

Application Process

  • Applicants will need to apply using the application form below, there are 10 scholarships available and successful candidates will be chosen by a panel. 
  • The deadline for applications is Wednesday 30 June 2021.
  • Successful applicants will be informed, in writing, at the point that their place at UEA is confirmed, of any award to be offered. 

If you meet the Eligibility Criteria and would like to be considered for the Male Cypriot Student Scholarship, you must complete the application form, which can be found here.

The scholarship will be made available in the form of a reduction on the tuition fee that is payable upon registration at the University. This payment cannot be offset against tuition fee deposit if one is required.

Upon reviewing your scholarship application, if we remain of the view that you still do not meet our Eligibility Criteria, we will advise you of this in writing. 

These terms and conditions apply to the Cyprus Military Service Scholarship for academic year 2021-22. The University of East Anglia reserves the right to update these terms and conditions as necessary. Please also refer to our general Undergraduate Terms and Conditions above.

Postgraduate Terms and Conditions 2021-22

Postgraduate key terms and conditions

 

Only one academic or Donor Funded UEA Scholarship will be awarded to eligible students. If you have been offered more than one academic or Donor-Funded Scholarship you will be able to request which one you would prefer to receive. 

What is a scholarship? 

A scholarship is an award or payment made to support a student's education, awarded on the basis of academic or other achievement. UEA’s Postgraduate Scholarships may be awarded as a cash incentive or fee discount. 

What scholarships do these terms and conditions apply to? 

  • 50% Final Year Undergraduate Continuation Scholarship
  • Alumni Tuition Fee Discount Scheme
  • Donor-funded scholarships
  • International Postgraduate Taught Scholarships, Country Scholarships, UEA British Council GREAT Scholarship
  • PGT Bright Futures Scholarship

General terms and conditions

 

Please also refer to the University's General Regulations for Students.

If successful, you will be registered and enrolled with us as a full-time or part-time postgraduate student for a credit-bearing postgraduate programme under our Degree Regulations set out in the University Calendar. You must abide by our Charter, Statutes, Ordinances, Regulations and Policies in force.

We may make changes to these Terms from time to time and the version that is applicable to you will be those that were in force at the date of your application.     

We have complete discretion to decide how long we will make any Scholarship scheme available for, for what period of time the Scholarship scheme will operate and may withdraw the Scholarship scheme at any time and without further notice.

Unless otherwise stated, these scholarships are tuition fee discounts which will be directly applied to your student account. No alternative/equivalent monetary payment will be made. 

The maximum period that an annual Scholarship will be applied to your account for a specific postgraduate programme is three years (36 months) for full-time students or six years (72 months) for part-time students.

If you change your mode of study, the Fees Officer will amend your account as set out in these Terms.

If you wish to decline a scholarship offer from us prior to registering at the University please email admissions@uea.ac.uk. We will then withdraw our scholarship offer and confirm this in writing. Any offer of a place on one of our courses would not be affected.   

Please note that scholarship awards cannot be deferred to a subsequent year. If you do defer your entry to our course then any scholarship award will be removed. You can apply for the same or other scholarships the following year, but any award cannot be guaranteed.

Please note that until a Scholarship is applied to your student account in accordance with these

Terms, you remain liable to pay your full tuition and other fees to us in accordance with our General Regulations on Fees, Charges and Expenses and must be able to meet all of your costs without relying on the Discount. 

Removal of scholarship

 

We may remove the scholarship placed on your account immediately if:

  • You are expelled, suspended or excluded from the whole or part of the University or your programme of study for academic failure; or
  • We are of the reasonable opinion that you have made any misrepresentation (whether negligently or intentionally) to us either in respect of applying for the Scholarship or during the course of and in connection with your studies at the University; or
  • We are of the reasonable opinion that you have acted fraudulently or dishonestly in connection with securing your Scholarship or place at the University.
  • In addition to requiring repayment, we may also take such action against you as is permitted under our Student Disciplinary Procedures or Fitness to Study Policy which are set out and available from the University Calendar. In the event of a period  of interruption to your studies, including maternity or paternity leave, any payments will be suspended until you return and progress to the next stage of your course. 

 

Donor-Funded scholarships may be withdrawn if you fail to: 

  • Attend the required events (both the Scholars’ Welcome Reception and  Scholarships Reception events) or fail to provide the Development Office with communications for your donor when requested. 
  • Demonstrate satisfactory commitment to, or progression within, your studies. Donor-Funded scholars are expected to maintain strong attendance records and perform at strong academic standard.  
  • Remain in good financial standing with the University. Scholarship instalments may not be paid if you have overdue tuition or accommodation charges.  
  • Inform the Development Office that you are receiving another scholarship or other form of funding.  

Repaying the scholarship  

 

In the event that your Scholarship is removed, you will be liable to pay us your full tuition fees and therefore reimburse us the monetary amount equating to your Scholarship, immediately on demand.

If we have made an error in calculating your Scholarship and as a result you have received an additional discount to which you were not entitled, we may request that you repay us the amount overpaid and you will be liable to repay it to us within 30 days of our demand.

In addition to any other rights we may have at law to take action against you for recovery or repayment, the amount so outstanding will be treated by us as a sum due to us in accordance with our General Regulations on Fees and Charges.

Variation of the Scholarship

 

We will unilaterally reconcile your student account and vary the amount of the Scholarship applied to your account, so that the Scholarship you actually receive never equates to more than the stated discount amount by you for that academic year if we receive information suggesting that your anticipated tuition fee (on which the Scholarship was initially calculated) for that academic year is expected to change or has changed, for reasons including but not limited to:

  1. where you receive a refund in accordance with our then existing Postgraduate Tuition Fees Refund Policy,
  2. a change in your mode of study;
  3. where you cease to be registered with us for any reason, including if you have withdrawn from your studies or your studies have been terminated earlier than the expected completion date;
  4. where you change your programme of study;
  5. where you take a period of intercalation from your programme of study;
  6. you cease to meet the Eligibility Criteria and from that date; or
  7. You fail to progress satisfactorily on your programme of study and from a date we reasonably determine.

 

In any of these situations and depending on your facts, you may be liable to make additional payments to us for your tuition fees or the actual monetary value of the Discount you receive from us may increase.

Agreement to participate in UEA marketing and promotion

 

You will be required to make yourself available, on reasonable notice, for any publicity and marketing campaigns we want to run in connection with the Scholarship scheme. This may include, but not be limited to, public appearances, speeches, blogging and/tweeting, interviews or photographs and providing student testimonials which can be used in publicity material.

You must also be prepared to send a testimonial one year after graduation, outlining your current position and how your studies at UEA have helped towards your career goals. Students may also be asked to assist at UEA Open Days where their academic programme allows, or to make themselves contactable by a small number of prospective students from their home country, to answer simple questions about UEA and/or their course of study.

For Donor-Funded scholarships you must attend two mandatory events during your first year of receiving the scholarship. The Scholars Welcome Reception event will be held in October/November and the Scholarships Reception will be held in the Spring. You may also be required to meet your donor at a separate, mutually convenient time.

For Donor-Funded Scholarships you must also consent to completing tasks set by the Development Office, including but not limited to: completing a donor thank-you letter, providing annual updates and sending a graduation photo, in a timely manner. You are expected to inform the Development Office of any contact with the donor other than that arranged by the University.

How we may use your personal information

 

We will use the personal information you provide to us to process your enrolment and administer the Scholarship scheme. We will retain all documents we receive in connection with the Scholarship scheme along with your other student records in accordance with our Data Protection Policy.

Where external donors are involved in the scholarship awarding process, you must consent to sharing all details included on your scholarship application with the donor. Failure to do so may result in your application being withdrawn. In signing the Scholarship Agreement, you also consent to the Development Office sharing your name, course of study and UEA email address with the donor.

Once you are enrolled at UEA, the University will contact you using your University student email account. It is your responsibility to check this account regularly for important information regarding payment of your Scholarship, and any other requests relating to the Scholarships scheme.

Appendix 1: 50% final year undergraduate continuation

 

50% Final Year Undergraduate Continuation Scholarship 

Scholarship Specific Eligibility Criteria

You are eligible for a Scholarship under these Terms if you meet all these criteria:

  • You are and will remain self-funded for the duration of an Eligible Programme;  
  • At the time you enrol on an Eligible Programme (as set out below) you have achieved a first class or starred first class undergraduate degree from the University of East Anglia; 
  • You proceed immediately to a Master’s programme or the first year of a Doctorate programme. Here, immediately means that your postgraduate programme starts in the academic year following your undergraduate degree studied at UEA. 
  • All other General Terms & Conditions above.

 

Eligible Programmes

Except for the courses set out below, Scholarships may be offered in respect of all credit-bearing postgraduate taught programmes studied at UEA.

We will not offer this Discount if you will be studying for the PGCE qualification, MBA qualification, any of our foundation, pre-Masters, postgraduate certificate or postgraduate diploma programmes.

 

The Process

Provided we are satisfied that you meet our Eligibility Criteria we will automatically apply the Scholarship to your student account, to reduce your tuition fees. No cash alternative will be given.

If we determine that you do not meet our Eligibility Criteria and you wish to appeal we will ask you to provide us with such proof as we deem necessary to make this assessment. You must supply us with the requested evidence as soon as reasonably possible.

Appendix 2: Alumni tuition fee discount scheme 

 

 Alumni Tuition Fee Discount Scheme 

 Scholarship Specific Eligibility Criteria

You are eligible for a Scholarship under these Terms if you meet all these criteria:

  • You are and will remain self-funded for the duration of an Eligible Programme;  
  • At the time you enrol on an Eligible Programme you are a UEA Alumnus, or the following conditions apply
  • At the time your Scholarship is applied as part of your first enrolment on an Eligible Programme (as set out below) you have passed a credit bearing programme which was studied at the University of East Anglia.
  • All other General Terms & Conditions above.

 

Eligible Programmes

Except for the courses set out below, Scholarships may be offered by us in respect of credit-bearing postgraduate taught programmes studied at UEA.

We will not offer Discounts to you if you will be studying for the PGCE qualification, MBA qualification, any of our foundation, pre-Masters, postgraduate certificate or postgraduate diploma programmes.

 

The Process

Provided we are satisfied that you meet our Eligibility Criteria we will automatically apply the Scholarship to your student account, to reduce your tuition fees. No cash alternative will be given.

If we determine that you do not meet our Eligibility Criteria and you wish to appeal we will ask you to provide us with such proof as we deem necessary to make this assessment. You must supply us with the requested evidence as soon as reasonably possible.  

Appendix 3: Donor-funded postgraduate scholarships

 

Donor-funded Postgraduate Scholarships 

The Donor-Funded Scholarship Schemes

We will not offer Scholarships to you if you will be studying for the PGCE qualification, any of our foundation, pre-Masters or postgraduate diploma programmes.

Receipt of a Donor-Funded Scholarship is subject to a completed Scholarship Agreement Form being signed and submitted by the given deadline as formal acceptance of the award. The Development Office reserves the right to withdraw the offer of a Scholarship if it is not accepted by the given deadline.

Only UEA-funded or Donor-Funded UEA Scholarship will be awarded to eligible students. If you have been offered more than one UEA-funded or Donor-Funded Scholarship, you will be able to request which one you would prefer to receive. 

It is your responsibility to inform the Development Office of any other scholarship or tuition fee reduction which you are offered by UEA, as it is not possible to hold some UEA scholarships with a Donor-Funded Scholarship. Where both a Donor-Fund Scholarship has been offered by the Development Office and a UEA Scholarship has been offered by the Admissions Office you may be asked to choose which award you wish to receive.

If you wish to decline a scholarship offer from us prior to registering at the University please email scholarships@uea.ac.uk. We will then withdraw our scholarship offer and confirm this in writing. Any offer of a place on one of our courses would not be affected.

 

Eligibility Criteria

You are eligible to apply for one of the Donor-Funded Scholarships under these Terms if you meet the Eligibility Criteria listed for the scholarship either below or on our scholarship finder.

Please note that not all Donor-Funded Scholarships listed below run annually - for the most up to date list of scholarships available for your academic year please visit the uea.ac.uk. To note: some scholarship payments can be claimed as tuition fees or maintenance grants - this will be specified on the website and in your Scholarship Agreement. 

The list of Scholarships below is not exhaustive and new Donor-Funded Scholarships may be added to the website at any time. Where this is the case the Terms and Conditions listed in this document will apply and any additional eligibility requirements or obligations for the new Scholarship will be listed on the website or included in your Scholarship Agreement.

We reserve the right to adjust Scholarship eligibility criteria up until the application deadline, provided the change(s) do not make applications already submitted ineligible or disadvantage them in any way.
 

  • The Alan Katritzky Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for any PGR programme in the School of Chemistry. Applicants will be nominated by their supervisors for this scholarship. No application is required. 
  • The Annabel Abbs Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the MA Creative Writing (Prose) in the School of Literature, Drama, and Creative Writing. A scholarship application is required. Preference will be given to applicants who are over 35 years old at point of application to the course.
  • The Birch Family Scholarship is available to applicants on home fees who have applied for a place on the MA Creative Writing (Poetry) course in the School of Literature, Drama, and Creative Writing who identify as BAME (Black Asian Minority Ethnic). A scholarship application is required. 
  • The Bourne Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the MA Creative Writing (Prose) in the School of Literature, Drama, and Creative Writing. A scholarship application is required. Preference will be given to applicants who are over 25 years old at point of application to the course. 
  • The Bryan Heiser Memorial Bursary is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the MA Creative Writing (Poetry) in the School of Literature, Drama, and Creative Writing. A scholarship application is required. Preference will be given to applicants who are over 45 years old at point of application to the course.
  • The Chadacre Trust Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the MSc Plant Genetics and Crop Improvement in the School of Biological Sciences.  Preference is given to residents of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire. A scholarship application is required.
  • The Charlie Dimont Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on any postgraduate taught course in the School of Politics, Philosophy and Language or in the School of Art, Media, and American Studies. A scholarship application is required and preference will be given to candidates in the School of PPL or on Film Studies courses in the School of AMA.
  • The Clan Trust Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the MSc Plant Genetics and Crop Improvement in the School of Biological Sciences. Preference will be given to applicants from East Anglia. A scholarship application is required.
  • The Difference Postgraduate Scholarship is available to home applicants who have applied for a place on any postgraduate taught course in any School or Faculty of study. A scholarship application is required.
  • The Dominic Christian Scholarship is available to home applicants who have applied for a place on the MA Medieval History in the School of History. Applicants must either be in the final year of their undergraduate course at UEA or have graduated from UEA within the past three years. A scholarship application is required.
  • The Fitzmaurice Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on a postgraduate taught course in Philosophy in the School of Politics, Philosophy and Language. A scholarship application is required.
  • The FJW Oncology Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied to undertake a PhD in cancer research in the School of Biological Sciences. Applicants will be nominated by their supervisors for this scholarship. No application is required. 
  • The Ink, Sweat & Tears Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the MA Creative Writing (Poetry) in the School of Literature, Drama, and Creative Writing. A scholarship application is required. 
  • The John Jarrold Trust Scholarship in Creative Writing is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the MA Creative Writing (Prose Fiction) in the School of Literature, Drama, and Creative Writing who were born in East Anglia or have been resident in East Anglia for 3 years or more. East Anglia is defined as Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, including the City of Peterborough unitary authority area.
  • The Kowitz Scholarship is available to home applicants who have applied for a place on the MA Creative Writing (Prose) in the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing. A scholarship application is required.
  • The Leipzig Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the MA Modern History in the School of History who intend to undertake study into Modern European History. A scholarship application is required.
  • The Lugden Hill Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the MSc Plant Genetics and Crop Improvement in the School of Biological Sciences.  Preference is given to residents of Norfolk, Suffolk, and Cambridgeshire. A scholarship application is required.
  • The Malcolm Bradbury Memorial Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the MA Creative Writing (Prose Fiction) in the School of Literature, Drama, and Creative Writing. A scholarship application is required.
  • The Malcolm Bradbury Trust Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the MA Creative Writing (Scriptwriting) in the School of Literature, Drama, and Creative Writing. A scholarship application is required. 
  • The Mark V Williams Postgraduate Scholarship is available to home applicants who have applied for a place on any postgraduate taught course in the School of History. A scholarship application is required.
  • The Miles Morland Foundation African Writers’ Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the MA Creative Writing (Prose Fiction) in the School of Literature, Drama, and Creative Writing who are nationals of any country within Africa or who were born in any country within Africa or whose parents were both born in Africa. A scholarship application is required.
  • The Morley Agricultural Foundation Trust Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the MSc Plant Genetics and Crop Improvement in the School of Biological Sciences. A scholarship application is required.
  • The Norah Simpson Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on any postgraduate taught course in the either the School of Chemistry, Environmental Science, Norwich Business School or International Development who will be studying disciplines relating to water. Preference will be given to applicants who hold any grade of membership to the Institute of Water and priority will be given to applicants who have the support of a current Fellow of the Institute of Water.
  • The Norfolk Gardens Trust is available to applicants who have applied for a place on a Taught Masters course offered by the School of History. The student must also be undertaking a study into an aspect of Norfolk garden or design landscape history. A scholarship application is required.
  • The Novelry Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the MA Creative Writing (Prose) in the School of Literature, Drama, and Creative Writing. A scholarship application is required. 
  • The Ranworth Trust Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the MSc Plant Genetics and Crop Improvement in the School of Biological Sciences. A scholarship application is required.
  • The Seth Donaldson Memorial Bursary is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the MA Creative Writing (Prose Fiction) in the School of Literature, Drama, and Creative Writing. A scholarship application is required.
  • The Simon Wharmby Scholarship in Environmental Sciences is available for applicants who have applied for any postgraduate taught course in the School of Environmental Sciences. A scholarship application is required.
  • The UEA Booker Prize Foundation Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the MA or MFA Creative Writing (Prose Fiction) in the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing who are resident in a commonwealth country (including the UK, Republic of Ireland and Zimbabwe). A scholarship application is required.  
  • The UEA Crowdfunded BAME Writers' Scholarship is available to applicants who have applied for a place on the MA or MFA Creative Writing (Prose) course in the School of Literature, Drama, and Creative Writing who identify as BAME (Black Asian Minority Ethnic). A scholarship application is required. 

 

The Process

If you meet the Eligibility Criteria and would like to be considered for a Scholarship, you must complete the scholarship application form by the deadline given (if it is stated that a scholarship application is required). In cases where the website states that a scholarship application is not required, you will only be considered for the scholarship if you have submitted your UEA postgraduate study application by the deadline specified on the website. 

If you do not provide us with the required information for application of the Scholarship when prompted, or if you provide us with incomplete or incorrect information, we will not be able to process your Scholarship application further. 

If we are of the reasonable view that you do not meet our Eligibility Criteria and you wish to appeal we will ask you to provide us with such proof as we deem necessary to make a new assessment. You must supply us with the requested evidence as soon as reasonably possible. 

Each scholarship’s availability is dependent on the generosity of the donor and on available funds. As such, we may withdraw the availability of Scholarships at any time up until a formal scholarship offer is made to a recipient. 

We reserve the right to adjust scholarship eligibility criteria up until the application deadline, provided the change(s) do not make applications already submitted ineligible or disadvantage them in any way.   

The approximate values of postgraduate Donor-Funded Scholarships are advertised on our website and the final amount awarded confirmed in writing at point of scholarship offer.

 

Donor-funded scholarship selection and awarding

We aim to award all scholarships in a timely manner though we are unable to confirm the exact date on which a scholarship will be awarded. The timing of decisions may also vary between scholarships.  

The recipient(s) of each Donor-Funded Scholarship will be decided by an appointed Scholarship Panel. If no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit by the Scholarship Selection Panel, Scholarships will not be awarded. No person will be awarded the same Donor-Funded Scholarship more than once.

Provided we are satisfied that you meet our Eligibility Criteria, and you are chosen by the Scholarship Panel as the preferred recipient, you will receive your scholarship offer via email. 

Receipt of your Scholarship is subject to your completion of the University registration process by the given deadline. Depending on the particulars of the Scholarship your award may either be deducted directly from your tuition fee charges by the University’s Finance Office or received as a maintenance grant payment direct to your bank account. This will be confirmed in your Scholarship Agreement. Where you are receiving your Scholarship as a maintenance grant this will be paid in nine monthly instalments from October – June each academic year or as confirmed in your Scholarship Agreement.  

It is your responsibility to ensure that any change in bank account details is advised to the University.   If you plan to change your course, intercalate or withdraw from your course, you are expected to inform both the University and the Development Office as soon as possible as this could affect your eligibility for the scholarship. 

Part-time students should understand that any support given will be proportional to tuition fees charged (where applicable) and will be spread pro-rata throughout the duration of the course.

Appendix 4: International PGT scholarships

 

UEA INTERNATIONAL POSTGRADUATE TAUGHT SCHOLARSHIPS 

4.1  International Excellence Scheme Specific Eligibility Criteria

You are eligible for a UEA Postgraduate International Excellence Scholarship under these Terms if you meet all these criteria: 

  • You are an Overseas fee-paying student. If the fee status changes during your course from Overseas to Home/EU Fees the scholarship shall be discontinued.
  • These scholarships do not remove the requirement to pay the International deposit, by the publicised deadline. 
  • Students sponsored for full tuition fees by an outside body or government organisation are not eligible for this scholarship. However, students applying for, or expecting to receive, government loans are eligible. 

All other General Terms & Conditions above.
 

Eligible Programmes 

Except for the courses set out below, Scholarships may be offered by us in respect of full time, credit-bearing MSc or MA programmes studied at UEA, commencing either in February or September 2021. 

We will not offer scholarship to you if you will be studying for the PGCE qualification, MBA qualification, MSc Occupational Therapy, MSc Physiotherapy.  

Where a programme is two years in length, scholarship will be offered for the first year only.
 

The Process 

If you meet the Eligibility Criteria, you are invited to apply for the International Excellence Scholarship via this form.

Applications are considered on a panel by panel basis taking into account current grades, a written submission and your personal statement.  Successful applicants will be notified by email and the panel’s decision is final.


4.2  UEA BRITISH COUNCIL GREAT SCHOLARSHIPS 

Scholarship Specific Eligibility Criteria

You are eligible to apply for a UEA British Council GREAT Scholarship under these Terms if you meet all these criteria: 

  • You are an Overseas fee-paying student. If the fee status changes during your course from Overseas to Home/EU Fees the scholarship shall be discontinued.
  • These scholarships do not generally remove the requirement to pay the International deposit, by the publicised deadline. We will only consider waiving the international deposit where you are awarded a full fees scholarship.  
  • Students sponsored for full tuition fees by an outside body or government organisation are not eligible for this scholarship. However, students applying for, or expecting to receive, government loans are eligible.
  • You must be a national of China, Egypt, India or Nepal and have completed our scholarship application form by the stated deadline on our website.
  • Applicants must also meet the British Council Terms and Conditions.       

 
Eligible Programmes 

Scholarships may be offered in respect of credit-bearing postgraduate taught programmes studied at UEA, commencing in September 2021.

The Process 

  • If you meet the Eligibility Criteria you are encouraged to make a separate scholarship application, by the deadline publicised on our website. A formal selection panel will then determine who will be awarded, based on the evidence provided in the UEA course and scholarship applications. 
  • If we determine that you do not meet our Eligibility Criteria and you wish to appeal we will ask you to provide us with such proof as we deem necessary to make this assessment. You must supply us with the requested evidence as soon as reasonably possible.
     

Appendix 5: PGT Bright Futures scholarship

 

PGT BRIGHT FUTURES SCHOLARSHIP

There are 50 scholarships available of £2000 that will be awarded as a fee reduction. Candidates will need to apply for the scholarship and successful applicants will be decided by a panel. The panel will be assessing applications on academic merit, interest in the subject area, how applicants could contribute to the UEA community and how a postgraduate qualification would enable applicants to make a difference in the future. 
 

Eligibility Criteria

You are eligible to apply for a £2000 PGT Bright Futures Scholarship under these Terms if you meet all of the following criteria:  

  • You are liable for ‘home’ fee status. Those liable  for international fees are not eligible for this scholarship.  
  • You are and will remain self-funded for the duration of an Eligible Programme. This means you are paying all of your tuition fees yourself, which may include personal savings, a loan (e.g. a government loan) or financial support from a friend or relative.
  • You meet the deadline for applying to the award. This is outlined on the Bright Futures Scholarship page.
  • You submit your course application by the scholarship deadline.
     

Eligible Programmes

Except for the courses set out below, Scholarships may be offered in respect of all credit-bearing postgraduate taught programmes studied at UEA.

We will not offer this Discount if you will be studying for the PGCE qualification, MBA qualification, any of our foundation, pre-Masters, postgraduate certificate or postgraduate diploma programmes.

If you meet the Eligibility Criteria and would like to be considered for a Scholarship, you must complete the scholarship application form by the deadline given.

If you do not provide us with the required information for application of the Scholarship when prompted, or if you provide us with incomplete or incorrect information, we will not be able to process your Scholarship application further.

If we are of the reasonable view that you do not meet our Eligibility Criteria and you wish to appeal we will ask you to provide us with such proof as we deem necessary to make a new assessment. You must supply us with the requested evidence as soon as reasonably possible.

We reserve the right to adjust scholarship eligibility criteria up until the application deadline, provided the change(s) do not make applications already submitted ineligible or disadvantage them in any way.  
 

The Process

The recipients of the Scholarships will be decided by an appointed Scholarship Panel.
Provided we are satisfied that you meet our Eligibility Criteria, and you are chosen by the Scholarship Panel as the preferred recipient, you will receive your scholarship offer via email and we will automatically apply the Scholarship to your student account, to reduce your tuition fees. No cash alternative will be given.

The deadline for applications is Wednesday 30 June 2021. Successful applicants will hear via email by Monday 19 July 2021.

MUSIC TERMS AND CONDITIONS 2021-22

Music Centre Award terms and conditions

 

Important and surprising terms and conditions:

  • You may not receive this Award if you already hold a Music Scholarship at UEA.
  • For the 2021 Music Centre Awards, you must apply for your award before 11am on Friday 8 October 2021.
  • Music Centre Awards are tenable for one academic year but you can re-audition in future years.

 

About these terms

We may make changes to these Terms from time to time and the version that is applicable to you will be those that were in force at the date we offered you your Award.

Eligibility Criteria

You are eligible for Music Centre Award under these Terms if you meet all these criteria:

  1. You are enrolled as a student at the University at the time of payment.
     
  2. You demonstrate exceptional musical achievement and commitment. Your application must show evidence of a high standard of performance, your commitment to the music making you currently do and a well-researched outline of how you would use your skills to enrich the musical life of UEA.

Eligible Programmes

Music Centre Awards are for those students attending UEA and not an affiliated institution.

The Process

If you meet the Eligibility Criteria and would like to be considered for a Music Centre Award:

  1. You will need to submit an application form and provide details about your current and previous musical activities. We will ask you to outline your life so far as a musician, to tell us about some of your most exciting musical experiences and impressive musical achievements. We will ask you to think about how you might continue your musical activities at UEA (e.g. what from your research about the university has particularly caught your eye, what in your current musical life would you like to bring with you). We will also ask what you think are the special qualities that would make you a good award holder (e.g. your excellent leadership skills perhaps, or your ability to listen and find solutions to problems) and we will ask for examples of projects and work you have already done which show your special qualities. Please note that your commitment to contribute to musical life, and ability to be specific about how you intend to do this, will be extremely important in our decision making. The application deadline for the 2021 Music Centre Awards is 11am on Friday 8 October 2021.
     
  2. If your application is accepted, you will be invited to attend a short interview with the Director of Music, where you will have the chance to expand on the information you put in your application form. We will ask you about your musical ambitions and personal qualities, and there will be the opportunity for you to ask us about anything to do with the musical life of the university. Interviews for the 2021 Music Centre Awards are scheduled to take place on Wednesday 20 and Thursday 21 October 2021.
     
  3. If, during your interview, you make a convincing case for the contribution you can make to music at UEA, you will be invited to an audition. The audition will last ten minutes, during which you will be asked to perform three contrasting items of a maximum total length of ten minutes. Two of these should be pieces you feel show you at your best (they can be accompanied or unaccompanied), while the third should be a short unaccompanied study or folksong. An accompanist will be provided where requested and you will be offered a short rehearsal before your audition. It is possible to audition using backing tracks if you prefer, but if the music you choose has an accompaniment, it is expected that you audition using either a live accompanist or such other accompaniment/backing as you choose. Performing unaccompanied in this circumstance will be looked on unfavourably.

During the audition, we will be particularly listening and watching for: 

  • Musical shape, as well as technical accomplishment
  • Variety of dynamic and colour, which supports the musical flow
  • Clarity of performance and accuracy of intonation
  • Interaction and musical dialogue with accompanist or backing

Composers should submit performances of their works if possible, accompanied by scores.

Auditions for the 2021 Music Centre Awards are scheduled to take place on Wednesday 27 and Thursday 28 October 2021.
 

You will be informed of the decision as soon as possible after the auditions (generally within a week). Decisions will be made based on musical achievements and plans to progress, alongside your ideas for contributing to musical life at UEA and the standard you demonstrate at audition.

Provided we are satisfied that you meet our Eligibility Criteria, we will pay your Music Centre Award to your nominated account in two equal instalments. These will take place in October/November and February of each year, subject to confirmation that you are fulfilling the requirements of the Award. It is your responsibility to ensure that you advise the University of any changes to your bank account details.

Part time students are welcome to apply. If the commitment to music making is to be reduced as a consequence, the amount of the Award may also be reduced.

You may not receive the Music Centre Award alongside a Music Scholarship at UEA.

The Music Centre Award Programme

We have complete discretion to decide how long we will make this Music Centre Award scheme available for, and may withdraw the Music Centre Award scheme at any time and without further notice.

We may cease offering the Music Centre Award scheme at any time and in our complete discretion.

A Music Centre Award will not automatically be paid to you even if you meet the Eligibility Criteria. You must apply for it via our website and be successful in the subsequent audition process.

Music Centre Awards are tenable for one year and you are welcome to reapply for subsequent years.

It is expected that a major part of the contribution made by the holder of an award will be to play or sing in University ensembles relevant to their voice or instrument and to be a leading member of those ensembles demonstrating commitment and encouraging others. We are keen to encourage musicians of all styles and traditions, therefore those for whom no ensemble is appropriate will be expected to devise and demonstrate ways of contributing to the musical life of the University, for example forming new ensembles, organising concerts, becoming involved in running existing ensembles as a committee member, being available to perform at University functions and to offer solo and chamber music.

Removal of a Music Centre Award

We may remove the Music Centre Award immediately in the event that:

  • You withdraw from your programme of study; or
  • You are expelled, suspended or excluded from the whole or part of the University or your programme of study for academic failure; or
  • We are of the reasonable opinion that you have made any misrepresentation (whether negligently or intentionally) to us either in respect of applying for the Music Centre Award or during the course of and in connection with your studies at the University; or
  • We are of the reasonable opinion that you have acted fraudulently or dishonestly in connection with securing your Music Centre Award or place at the University; or
  • You fail to make a substantial contribution to musical life at UEA. 

In the event of a period  of interruption to your studies, including maternity or paternity leave, any payments will be suspended until you return and progress to the next stage of your course.

Repayment of the Music Centre Award

In the event that your Music Centre Award is removed, you will be liable to pay us the monetary amount equating to your Music Centre Award, immediately on demand. If we have made an error in calculating your Music Centre Award and as a result you have received any funds to which you were not entitled, we may request that you repay us the amount overpaid and you will be liable to repay it to us within 30 days of our demand.

In addition to any other rights we may have at law to take action against you for recovery or repayment of the amount equating to the Music Centre Award, the amount so outstanding will be treated by us as a sum due to us and, in accordance with our General Regulations on Fees and Charges, may mean that you will not be awarded your degree until you have made payment to us as requested.

Marketing and Promotion

You may be required to make yourself available at reasonable notice for any publicity and marketing campaigns which we may want to run in connection with our scholarship and award schemes, which may include but not be limited to public appearances, speeches, photographs, blogging and/tweeting or interviews.

How We May Use Your Personal Information

We will use the personal information you provide to us to administer the Music Centre Award scheme. We will retain all documents we receive in connection with the Music Centre Award scheme along with your other student records in accordance with our Data Protection Policy.

Once you are enrolled at UEA, the University will contact you using your University student email account. It is your responsibility to check this account regularly for important information regarding payment of your Music Centre Award, and any other requests relating to the Music Centre Award scheme. 

Music Scholarship terms and conditions

 

Important and surprising terms and conditions:

  • You may not receive this Scholarship alongside any other music award at UEA.
  • For a 2021 entry Music Scholarship, you must apply for your scholarship before midnight on Sunday 21 March 2021.
  • You cannot apply for this scholarship once you have started your course. 
  • You may be eligible to receive this Scholarship alongside UEA’s Bright Spark Scholarship.

 

About these terms

Please also refer to UEA’s General Regulations for Students.

If successful, you will be registered and enrolled with us as a full-time or part-time undergraduate student for a credit-bearing undergraduate programme under our Degree Regulations set out in the University Calendar. You must abide by our Charter, Statutes, Ordinances, Regulations and Policies in
force from time to time.

We may make changes to these Terms from time to time and the version that is applicable to you will be those that were in force at the date of your first enrolment with us.

If you wish to decline a scholarship offer from us prior to registering at the University please email admissions@uea.ac.uk. We will then withdraw our scholarship offer and confirm this in writing. Any offer of a place on one of our courses would not be affected.

Eligibility Criteria

You are eligible for Music Scholarship under these Terms if you meet all these criteria:

  1. You are a UK citizen, or a citizen of the Channel Islands or Isle of Man. International and EU citizens are not eligible for this scholarship. Other scholarships are available for International and EU citizens, details can be found using our Scholarship Finder.
  2. You are enrolling on your first undergraduate degree course, including courses with a Foundation Year and Dip HE Operating Department Practice, in September 2021 or January 2022.
  3. You are enrolled as a student at the University at the time of payment. 
  4. You demonstrate exceptional musical achievement and commitment. Your application must show evidence of a high standard of performance, your commitment to the music making you currently do and a well-researched outline of how you would use your skills to enrich the musical life of UEA.
  5. You have selected UEA as your firm choice institution via your initial application to UEA.

Eligible Programmes

Scholarships may be offered by us in respect of credit-bearing undergraduate taught programmes awarded by us.

Scholarships are for those students attending UEA and not an affiliated institution.

The Process

If you meet the Eligibility Criteria and would like to be considered for a Scholarship: 

  1. You will need to submit an application form and provide details about your current and previous musical activities. We will ask you to outline your life so far as a musician, to tell us about some of your most exciting musical experiences and impressive musical achievements. We will ask you to think about how you might continue your musical activities at UEA (e.g. what from your research about the university has particularly caught your eye, what in your current musical life would you like to bring with you). We will also ask what you think are the special qualities that would make you a good award holder (e.g. your excellent leadership skills perhaps, or your ability to listen and find solutions to problems) and we will ask for examples of projects and work you have already done which show your special qualities. Please note that your commitment to contribute to musical life and ability to be specific about how you intend to do this will be extremely important in our decision making. The application deadline for the 2021 entry Music Scholarships is midnight on Sunday 21 March 2021.
     
  2. You will need to create a video of yourself making music, upload the video to YouTube and then send us the link. For the video, you will need to record three contrasting items of a maximum total length of ten minutes. Two of these should be pieces you feel show you at your best (they can be accompanied or unaccompanied), while the third should be a short unaccompanied study or folksong. 

    The video does not have to be professionally made, but it will need to be high enough quality for us to clearly hear what you can do. If at all possible, please make your recording on equipment that does not compress the audio, so we can hear the details of your performances. We will be particularly listening and watching for: 
    • Musical shape, as well as technical accomplishment
    • Variety of dynamic and colour, which supports the musical flow
    • Clarity of performance and accuracy of intonation
    • Interaction and musical dialogue with accompanist (if applicable)
    • A sense that you are communicating something to us

      Composers should submit performances of their works if possible, accompanied by scores.

      Special conditions relating to recorded auditions:
    • We can only accept video recordings, not audio-only. The quality of both picture and sound must be sufficient for us to form an accurate impression of you as a performer. If quality is not sufficiently high, we may discontinue your application.
    • If it is possible, please record your performances especially for these auditions and ensure the pieces are those you have put on your application form. We want to see and hear you as you are now. If it is not possible to record for these auditions, please ensure you include titles, composer and the dates that any pre-existing recordings were made in the information you supply.
    • If the pieces you want to perform require an accompanist, but it is not possible to perform with anyone else, please record yourself unaccompanied and for any extended rests in the music, simply count one or two bars before continuing.
    • Recordings must show you clearly throughout, as the performer. If we are unable to verify clearly that it is you performing, we may discontinue your application.
    • Recordings must be a single take for each piece, with no editing permitted.
    • You will need to upload your video to YouTube (as an unlisted item) and then send the link to musicevents@uea.ac.uk. The video submission deadline for the 2021 entry Music Scholarships is midnight on Sunday 21 March 2021.
       
  3. If your application is successful, you will be invited to a short web-based interview with the Director of Music and the Choir Director, where we will discuss your application, giving you a chance to expand on the information you put in your application form. We will ask you about your musical ambitions and personal qualities, and there will be the opportunity for you to ask us about anything to do with the musical life of the university. Interviews for the 2021 entry Music Scholarships are scheduled to take place on Tuesday 30 and Wednesday 31 March 2021

You must provide us with relevant details of your UCAS application as part of the Scholarship application process. If you do not provide us with the required information for application of the Scholarship when prompted, or provide us with incomplete or incorrect information, we will not be able to process your Scholarship application further.

We will aim to process your request for the Scholarship in a timely manner, once you have provided the relevant information regarding your application and have been successful at interview, providing you meet our Eligibility Criteria. You will be informed of a decision as soon as possible and we will make best efforts to do so before the UCAS deadline for choosing your firm offer.

Ten Scholarships are available and will be awarded after competitive audition and interview. Decisions will be made based on musical achievements and plans to progress, alongside your ideas for contributing to musical life at UEA and the audition.

Provided we are satisfied that you meet our Eligibility Criteria, we will pay your £3000 Scholarship to your nominated account in £500 instalments twice a year in years 1, 2 and 3 of your course. These will take place in October and February of each year. It is your responsibility to ensure that you advise the University of any changes to your bank account details.

Part time students who study a minimum of 25% full time equivalent (fte) may be eligible for a Scholarship. Any support given will be proportional to tuition fee paid.

If we are of the reasonable view that you do not meet our Eligibility Criteria and you wish to appeal we will ask you to provide us with such proof, as we deem necessary to make a new assessment. You must supply us with the requested evidence as soon as reasonably possible.

If we are satisfied that you have met all the Eligibility Criteria and are successful at audition and interview we will pay the Scholarship to your nominated account. However, if we remain of the view that you still do not meet our Eligibility Criteria, we will advise you of this in writing. 

You may not receive this Scholarship alongside any other music award at UEA.

You may be eligible to receive this Scholarship alongside UEA’s Bright Spark Scholarship.

The Music Scholarship Programme

We have complete discretion to decide how long we will make this Scholarship scheme available for, for what period of time the Scholarship scheme will operate and may withdraw the Scholarship scheme at any time and without further notice.

We may cease offering the Scholarship scheme at any time and in our complete discretion.

A Scholarship will not automatically be paid to you even if you meet the Eligibility Criteria. You must apply for it via our website. If you do not complete an application at this stage you will lose your chance to apply for it in subsequent academic years.

The maximum period that an annual payment will be paid to you is three years (36 months) for full-time students or six years (72 months) for part-time students.

It is expected that a major part of the contribution made by the holder of an award will be to play or sing in University ensembles relevant to their voice or instrument and to be a leading member of those ensembles demonstrating commitment and encouraging others. We are keen to encourage musicians of all styles and traditions, therefore those for whom no ensemble is appropriate will be expected to devise and demonstrate ways of contributing to the musical life of the University, for example forming new ensembles, organising concerts, becoming involved in running existing ensembles as a committee member, being available to perform at University functions and to offer solo and chamber music.

Removal of a Scholarship

We may remove the Scholarship immediately in the event that:

  • You withdraw from your programme of study; or
  • You are expelled, suspended or excluded from the whole or part of the University or your programme of study for academic failure; or
  • We are of the reasonable opinion that you have made any misrepresentation (whether negligently or intentionally) to us either in respect of applying for the Scholarship or during the course of and in connection with your studies at the University; or
  • We are of the reasonable opinion that you have acted fraudulently or dishonestly in connection with securing your Scholarship or place at the University; or
  • You fail to make a substantial contribution to musical life at UEA.

In the event of an intercalation, payment will be suspended until you return and progress to the next stage of your course. 

Repayment of the Scholarship

In the event that your Scholarship is removed, you will be liable to pay us the monetary amount equating to your Scholarship, immediately on demand.

If we have made an error in calculating your Scholarship and as a result, you have received any funds to which you were not entitled, we may request that you repay us the amount overpaid and you will be liable to repay it to us within 30 days of our demand.

In addition to any other rights we may have at law to take action against you for recovery or repayment, the amount so outstanding will be treated by us as a sum due to us in accordance with our General Regulations on Fees and Charges.

Marketing and Promotion

You may be required to make yourself available at reasonable notice for any publicity and marketing campaigns which we may want to run in connection with our scholarship schemes, which may include but not be limited to public appearances, speeches, photographs, blogging and/tweeting or interviews.

How We May Use Your Personal Information

We will use the personal information you provide to us to administer the Scholarship scheme. We will retain all documents we receive in connection with the Scholarship scheme along with your other student records in accordance with our Data Protection Policy.

Once you are enrolled at UEA, the University will contact you using your University student email account. It is your responsibility to check this account regularly for important information regarding payment of your Scholarship, and any other requests relating to the Scholarships scheme.

SPORT TERMS AND CONDITIONS 2021-22

Sports scholarships - terms and conditions and athlete contract

 

1. Definitions and interpretation

1.1 Eligibility Criteria means all the conditions which you must meet in order to receive the Scholarship and which are set out in Clause 2.

1.2 Event outside our control: is defined in clause 9.

1.3 You/Your: means the person who registers for a Scholarship upon application under these terms and conditions;

1.4 We/Our/Us: The University of East Anglia, having its administrative offices at Norwich Research Park, Norwich, NR4 7TJ.

1.5 Unless the context otherwise requires the singular includes the plural and the masculine includes the feminine and vice versa. Clause headings are for reference only and shall not be taken into consideration in interpretation.

 

2. Eligibility Criteria

2.1 You are eligible for a UEA Sport Scholarship under these Terms if you meet all these criteria:

2.1.1 You are a citizen of any country recognised by the United Nations.

2.1.2 You are enrolling on a UEA course in September 2021 or January 2022.

2.1.3 You are the appropriate ranking for the Scholarship you are applying for at the time of applying for the Scholarship.

2.1.4 We will accept applications from students of any age but priority will be given to those able bodied athletes under the age of 25 years, and disabled athletes under the age of 28 years, on the date of course registration.

2.1.5 For undergraduate applicants, you have selected UEA as your firm choice institution via your initial application to UEA.

2.1.6 You are successful at interview (as/if required).

2.1.7 That we have sufficient funds available to support your place on either scheme.

2.2 Eligible Programmes

2.2.1 Scholarships may be offered by us in respect of any undergraduate or postgraduate programmes awarded by UEA.

2.2.2 Scholarships are for those students attending UEA and not an affiliated institution. 

 

3. Our Agreement with you

3.1 These are the terms in accordance with which you apply for a Scholarship as part of your enrolment on an Eligible Programme and in accordance with which we grant you a Scholarship, if any.

3.2 If successful, you will be registered and enrolled with us as a full-time or part-time undergraduate or postgraduate student under our Degree Regulations set out in the University Calendar. You must abide by our Charter, Statutes, Ordinances, Regulations and Policies in force from time to time.

3.3 We may make changes to these Terms from time to time and the version that is applicable to you will be those that were in force at the date of your first enrolment with us.

 

4. The Process

4.1 If you meet the Eligibility Criteria and would like to be considered for a Scholarship, you must apply, details at www.uea.ac.uk/study/fees-and-funding/scholarships-finder/sport

4.2 Eligible candidates’ applications will be evaluated, by a selection panel, against the criteria as detailed in the application form. Those athletes shortlisted may be required to attend an interview, following which Scholarships will be awarded. All decisions made by the selection panel will be final.

4.3 You must provide us with relevant details of your UCAS application or postgraduate application as part of the Scholarship application process. If you do not provide us with the required information for application of the Scholarship when prompted, or provide us with incomplete or incorrect information, we will not be able to process your Scholarship application further.

4.4 We will aim to process your request for the Scholarship in a timely manner, once you have provided the relevant information regarding your application and have been successful at interview, providing you meet our Eligibility Criteria. You will be informed of a decision by the end of June 2021.

4.5 The interview panel reserves the right to base their decisions for Scholarship support on the breadth sports applied for and those athletes involved. The panel may determine a list of prioritised ‘Performance’ sports (please see sporting criteria above for current performance sports).

4.6 If you are successful in achieving the Elite or Excellence Sport Scholarship packages, upon liaison with the Performance Sport Manager, a bespoke financial offering will be drawn up, alongside free access to the UEA Sportspark and a range of training opportunities and support services tailored to the individual athlete, provided we are satisfied that you meet our Eligibility Criteria.

4.7 If you are successful in achieving the Developing Excellence Scholarship package, provided we are satisfied that you meet our Eligibility Criteria and are successful at interview, we will discuss and confirm with you the appropriate support required in terms of support workshops, access to facilities and sports membership. 

4.8 Part time students who study a minimum of 50% full time equivalent (fte) may be eligible for a Scholarship. Any support given will be proportional to tuition fee paid.

4.9 If you are awarded a Scholarship, you will become ineligible to apply for scholarship support from the Norfolk Sports Academy.

4.10 You may be eligible to receive a Sports Scholarship alongside UEA’s Bright Spark Scholarship or one of our academic postgraduate scholarships.

 

5. The UEA Elite (ES), Excellence (ExS) and Developing Excellence (DE) Scholarship Programmes

5.1 We have complete discretion to decide how long we will make this Scholarship scheme available for, for what period of time the Scholarship scheme will operate and may withdraw the Scholarship scheme at any time and without further notice.

5.2 We may cease offering the Scholarship scheme at any time and at our complete discretion.

5.3 A Scholarship will not automatically be paid to you even if you meet the Eligibility Criteria. You must apply for it via our website.

5.4 Our scholarships will be awarded annually and you must apply for a sports scholarships each academic year.

5.5 The maximum period that a Scholarship will be awarded to you is one academic year (9 months – September to June) for full-time students or 21 months for part-time students (September of year 1 to June of year 2).

5.6 You must abide by the Athlete Contract terms as follows if awarded the Scholarship.

5.7.1 The additional benefits package available to you will include the following elements:

5.7.1.1 Elite and Excellence Scholarships

  • Bespoke financial plan (different values)
  • Bespoke athlete plan
  • Support workshops
  • Free use of training facilities at the Sportspark (facility access to be determined per individual athlete)
  • Free Sports Association Membership (SAM)
  • Strength and Conditioning support
  • Access to physiotherapy/sports therapy support
  • Lifestyle support
  • Branded sports kit
  • Accommodation priority

5.7.1.2 Developing Excellence Scholarship

  • Support workshops
  • Bespoke athlete plan
  • Free use of training facilities at the Sportspark (facility access to be determined per individual athlete)
  • Free Sports Association Membership (SAM)
  • Access to Strength and Conditioning support
  • Access to physiotherapy/sports therapy support
  • Branded sports kit
  • Lifestyle support

5.7.2 Academic Mentoring –athletes will be expected to liaise with their academic advisor throughout the period of the scholarship

5.7.3 At the point of application, or once awarded a scholarship, failure to evidence academic or sports performance status may result in award funding being withheld / withdrawn

5.7.4 An offer of a UEA Sport Scholarship does not guarantee the offer for your academic course

5.7.5 Each athlete will be a ‘Scholarship Ambassador’ for which there will be required responsibilities, which will include but not limited to the following: - PR appearances / media interviews will be required each year as required by the scheme not withstanding sufficient notice / all reasonable endeavours to expect the athlete to attend e.g. open days, events, business liaison and overseas development - Monthly reports / blogs / social media activity to update on performance; photos to support the reports (training will be provided in support modules) – minimum monthly updates required

5.7.6 The panel reserve the right to take into consideration any other funding that is being received either through private sponsorship or NGB funding agreements. Athletes will be required to inform the Performance Sport Manager of any changes to their support status.

5.7.7 Primarily we are seeking applications from sports represented in our ‘Performance’ list (see website for details). However, we will accept applications from any sport on the list of Sport England recognised sports at the time of application.

5.7.8 Payment will be required for any of the funded modules / workshops / support services that are not attended without adequate notice period (min 24 hours)

5.7.9 The athlete has to make all reasonable endeavours to attend all modules / workshops within the programme, as per the individual athlete plan

5.7.10 Athletes will be removed from the scheme with the requirement to repay resources received should they be involved in disciplinary issues that bring the institution or scheme into disrepute

5.7.11 The funding period will run in line with the academic year

5.8 If you are awarded the Scholarship you will receive the Scholarship package as set out in clause 4.6. 

 

6. Removal of a Scholarship

6.1 We may remove the Scholarship immediately in the event that:

6.1.1 You withdraw from your programme of study; or

6.1.2 You are expelled, suspended or excluded from the whole or part of the University or your programme of study for academic failure; or for other reasons

6.1.3 We are of the reasonable opinion that you have made any misrepresentation (whether negligently or intentionally) to us either in respect of applying for the Scholarship or during the course of and in connection with your studies at the University; or

6.1.4 We are of the reasonable opinion that you have acted fraudulently or dishonestly in connection with securing your Scholarship or place at the University; or

6.1.5 You do not maintain your specified sporting performance standard for the period of support offered. You will need to evidence your continued performance standard in line with the eligibility criteria at the start of each academic year.

6.1.6 You fail to uphold any further aspect of the athlete contract as determined by the Performance Sport Manager

6.2 In addition to requiring repayment in accordance with clause 7 below, in any of the circumstances set out in clause 6.1.2 or 6.1.3 above, we may also take such action against you as is permitted under our Student Disciplinary Procedures or Fitness to Study Policy which are set out and available from the University Calendar at www.uea.ac.uk/calendar

6.3 In the event of a period of interruption to your studies, including maternity or paternity leave, any payments will be suspended until you return and progress to the next stage of your course.

 

7. Repayment of the Scholarship

7.1 In the event that your Scholarship is removed in the circumstances set out in clause 6 above, you will be liable to pay us the monetary amount equating to your Scholarship, immediately on demand.

7.2 If we have made an error in calculating your Scholarship and as a result you have received any funds to which you were not entitled, we may request that you repay us the amount overpaid and you will be liable to repay it to us within 30 days of our demand.

7.3 In addition to any other rights, we may have at law to take action against you for recovery or repayment of the amount equating to the Scholarship, the amount so outstanding will be treated by us as a sum due to us and, in accordance with our General Regulations on Fees and Charges, may mean that you will not be awarded your degree until you have made payment to us as requested. 

7.4 Payment will be required for any of the funded modules, workshops or support services that are not attended without the stipulated notice period as stated in the Athlete Contract.

 

8. Marketing and Promotion

8.1 You may be required, to make yourself available on reasonable notice, for any publicity and marketing campaigns we want to run in connection with the UEA Sport Scholarship Scheme, which may include but not be limited to public appearances, speeches, photographs, blogging and/tweeting or interviews.

 

9. Events outside our control

9.1 We will not be liable or responsible for any failure to perform, or delay in performance of, any of our obligations under these Terms that is caused by an event outside our control.

9.2 An event outside our control means any act or event beyond our reasonable control, including without limitation strikes, lock-outs or other industrial action by third parties, civil commotion, riot, invasion, terrorist attack or threat of terrorist attack, war (whether declared or not) or threat or preparation for war, fire, explosion, storm, flood, earthquake, or adverse weather conditions, subsidence, epidemic or other natural disaster, or failure of public or private telecommunications networks.

9.3 If an event outside our control takes place that affects our performance of an on-going obligations under these Terms:

9.3.1 We will contact you as soon as reasonably possible to notify you; and

9.3.2 Our obligations under these Terms will be suspended and the time for performance of our obligations will be extended for the duration of the event outside our control.

 

10. How we may use your personal information

10.1 We will use the personal information you provide to us to administer the Scholarship scheme. We will retain all documents we receive in connection with the Scholarship scheme along with your other student records in accordance with our Data Protection Policy.

 

11. Other Important Terms

11.1 We may transfer our rights and obligations under these Terms to another organisation, and we will always notify you in writing if this happens, but this will not affect your rights or our obligations under these Terms.

11.2 No other person shall have any rights to enforce any of the terms of this Scholarship scheme.

11.3 Each of the paragraphs of these Terms operates separately. If any court or relevant authority decides that any of them are unlawful, the remaining paragraphs will remain in full force and effect. 

11.4 If we fail to insist that you perform any of your obligations under these Terms, or if we do not enforce our rights against you, or if we delay in doing so, that will not mean that we have waived our rights against you and will not mean that you do not have to comply with those obligations. If we do waive a default by you, we will only do so in writing, and that will not mean that we will automatically waive any later default by you.

11.5 These terms together with your Scholarship, application form and Athlete Contract contain the whole agreement between us in relation to the operation of the Sports Scholarship Schemes.

11.6 These Terms are governed by English law. You and we both agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.