Scholarships and funding
These scholarships and studentships are available to students in the School of Arts and Creative Technologies.
Scholarships open and close throughout the year. Opportunities will be advertised here as they become available.
Your chosen course, level of study and other statuses may all affect your eligibility for the opportunities listed below.
A package of financial and industry support to welcome talented UK undergraduates from Black, Asian, Gypsy, Traveller and ethnically diverse backgrounds to our creative community. This support comprises a bursary of £1,200 per year for three years of the programme, plus targeted mentoring.
The Refugee Bursary is a non-repayable award for students who come to York and have a Refugee immigration status.
Depending on your household residual income you could be eligible for our non-repayable York bursary.
This bursary is for students aged under 25, who come to York as care leavers or who are irreconcilably estranged from their parents.
The York Opportunity Scholarships have been established to provide support to talented students who have the academic potential to study at York.
If you've previously studied at the University of York, you could be eligible for a tuition fee discount for postgraduate taught courses.
Chevening Scholarships enable outstanding emerging leaders from all over the world to pursue a one-year Masters degree in the UK. Chevening looks for the kind of people who have the passion, ideas, and influence to provide the solutions and leadership needed to create a better future.
There are no scholarships or funding opportunities to show here right now. You may still be able to find a funding option that you are eligible for on our undergraduate funding or postgraduate funding pages.
This will be awarded both to a postgraduate composer and performer to collaborate in the making of a new piece for both a soloist and ensemble.
The award is made to a current postgraduate student to support a performance inspired by Bernstein's 'Chichester Psalms'.
York Minster offers choral and organ scholarships lasting 12 months or longer to altos, tenors and basses who are undergraduate or postgraduate students.
St Wilfrid's Catholic Church offers choral scholarships lasting 12 months for sopranos, altos, tenors and basses to form a quartet.
These awards pay for vocal lessons for any students contributing to ensembles, and singing in the Yorkshire Bach Choir. It could also be to increase the lesson allowance of Music students, particularly those who are part-time and specialising in performance.