There are various funding streams open to students on Worldwide Study Abroad, thanks to the generosity of our alumni and donors:
University of Liverpool Award Fund Travel Grants
These are paid to Home and Islands students participating in an exchange, are not means-tested and you do not have to pay them back. They are a one-off payment. The amounts vary by region and are as follows:
- Asia and South America: £500
- North America: £600
- New Zealand: £800
- Australia: £700
- Switzerland: £300
Short-term placements (e.g. Occupational Therapy students to Australia) are eligible for a grant of £250.
Recipients of the Liverpool Bursary will receive a top up of £250, regardless of the study destination.
Students who go on an exchange to spend a semester/Year 2 @ XJTLU can apply for one of two Fang-Saxby scholarships which include an accommodation and tuition fee waiver at XJTLU and £750 spending per term (£1500 per year)
We have 20 Santander scholarships, worth £1000 each, available each year, which are open to applications from students in receipt of the Liverpool Bursary. They are not country specific.
The University of Liverpool is a member of BUTEX, which aims to promote study abroad between the UK and non-EU universities. Any student going on an exchange outside of the Erasmus scheme can apply for one of the ten £500 scholarships that BUTEX make available. To find out how to apply, visit the BUTEX website.
Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence
The British Council makes available around 10 scholarships of up to £4000. These are open to any UK passport holder participating in an official university exchange to Hong Kong. For more information visit the British Council Hong Kong website.
Education New Zealand - "Dream New" Scholarship
Education New Zealand offers a scholarship of around £6000. Liverpool students can apply for the scholarship to attend Wellington University of Victoria, one of our partner institutions. Entrants must submit an essay or a video clip expressing their motivation for choosing to study in New Zealand. For more information visit the European Funding Guide.