We offer a range of scholarships for UK and International students.
Besides the scholarships listed below, you may be eligible for other undergraduate funding.
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.
Thanks to a generous donation to the University, the Bryan and Lydia Gray Scholarship provides support to talented students who have the academic potential to study at York, and who have overcome significant barriers to their educational goals.
Thanks to a generous donation to the University, the Roy Fenton Scholarship provides support to talented students who have the academic potential to study at York, and who have overcome significant barriers to their educational goals.
The Department is delighted to offer up to ten 'Chemistry Excellence' scholarships of £1,000 for overseas students.
We award many international scholarships per year, recognising achievement by applying a tuition fee discount.
We award the highest-achieving students with our prestigious Vice-Chancellor's scholarships.
We're pleased to offer two Equal Access Scholarships for undergraduate students who are seeking refuge in the UK. Please note that you must have applied to the University of York before submitting an application for this scholarship.
We provide a Teaching package free of charge to all students starting on one of our Chemistry courses. The pack contains:
Several prizes are awarded annually for the performance of our Chemistry undergraduates.
Prizes based on performance specific to the degree course
Prizes based on performance not specific to the degree course
To help our students further their practical skills, and to develop their research interests, the Department typically offers a minimum of 12 paid placements for our Chemistry undergraduates to spend around six weeks over the summer vacation undertaking a research project supervised by an academic member of staff. Students can apply for these bursaries in the Spring Term of their first or second year. Two of the Departmental placements are supported with the award of the Tony Semlyen Research Bursary in recognition of the considerable contribution made by Dr Tony Semlyen to teaching and research in the Department.