Finance and financial support

The University of Cambridge has lots of information on finances on their website

The college and the university are also able to offer a range of financial assistance packages to undergraduate students.

Cambridge Bursaries (up to £3,500 p.a. tenable for whole course) are open to all UK and EU undergraduate students and eligibility is subject to financial assessment. These are in addition to any government support, through tuition and maintenance loans and grants.

Stormzy Scholarship for Black UK Students: Two scholarships are available to students commencing study at Cambridge in autumn 2019, made possible by the generous support of Stormzy. The awards will be offered to two black UK students from low income and/or disadvantaged backgrounds, and will cover tuition fees and a significant contribution towards living costs for up to four years of an undergraduate degree course.

The Cambridge Trusts make awards to students from outside the European Union.

College Scholarships, Exhibitions and Prizes are awarded to undergraduates for academic excellence in examinations each year.

Grants for travel, the arts, sport and financial hardship (as appropriate) are made to students towards expenses connected to university-related sporting and cultural activities. The College is also able to make small travel grants from designated funds. Students who encounter unexpected financial hardship may also apply to the College for assistance. These funds are administered by the Senior Tutor and applications are made, in the first instance, to your individual Tutor.