Social Work MSc
In previous years, students on this course who met the eligibility criteria (for example, residence) were nominated for and received a bursary. We will update this web page and advise our offer holders as soon as we receive further information from the Department for Health and Social Care about bursaries for the current and future years.
Should bursaries continue to be available this year, we anticipate using the prioritisation process set out within national guidance. This means that we will prioritise applicants based upon their prior educational achievement and interview performance, taking other factors into account where appropriate and particularly in the event of a tie break situation.
To apply and for further information, visit the website for NHS Social Work Bursaries.
NHS Business Services authority will update their website when details for 2019/20 become available.
University of Brighton bursaries
Students starting a non-salaried designated PGCE courses in 2020 or a postgraduate pre-registration allied health course in 2020, may be eligible for a University of Brighton bursary.
Find out more about the additional criteria that apply.
Government funding is available to graduates training in a range of PGCE subjects from the Department for Education (DfE). Eligible students can apply for a bursary or may be awarded a DfE scholarship.
Find out more about bursaries and funding from the Department of Education.
University of Brighton graduates
You may be eligible to apply for:
Pre-registration nursing, midwifery and allied health courses
The Government has announced that new and continuing students studying nursing, midwifery and some allied health subjects will receive a non-repayable grant of at least £5,000 from September 2020. Read more on the Council of Deans of Health website.