University of Bolton
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University of Bolton


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North England


BAS – Bolton Achievers Scholarship
Scholarship Name BAS – Bolton Achievers Scholarship
Academic Year 2019
Scholarship amount Up to £9,000
Nationality Any

The Bolton Achievers Scholarship (BAS) is a full tuition fee waiver for higher education degree courses at the University of Bolton of £9,000 per year (or the published fee in the intake year). BAS is available to students who commence their course of study at the University of Bolton’s new school – UTC Bolton in September 2015.

BAS is available to students entering UTC Bolton in Year 10 in September 2015 and completing the whole four years (Years 10, 11, 12 and 13) at UTC Bolton and then progressing to a degree course at the University of Bolton in September 2019. For the remainder of this document this group will be referred to as Year 10 BAS.

Restriction: BAS will only be offered to students who achieve ABB grade profile (128 UCAS points at A2).


BAS is worth up to a maximum of £9,000 per year or the full published tuition fee in the intake year. For Year 10 BAS, this is paid as a fee waiver in each academic year of the studies up to a maximum duration of the course (normally three academic years but could be four for M.Eng/M.Pharm type of programmes). Thus BAS offers scholarships worth at least £27,000 for three year degree courses and £36,000 for four year degree courses.

BAS aims to attract the most talented students to the University of Bolton’s undergraduate degree courses in September 2019. BAS entitlement will be reviewed each academic year using the Terms and Conditions set out at the end of this document.

There is no need to apply for BAS. Students will be automatically assessed via their UCAS application and results, however the applicant must select the University of Bolton as their first choice through UCAS by the decline by default date in May 2019 (eligible applicants will be reminded).

BAS is offered to U.K. and E.U. residents only who are studying on their first full-time undergraduate degree. BAS will not be awarded to individuals in addition to other bursaries and scholarships available at the University of Bolton.

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