Birmingham Lloyds Scholarship programme 2014

The University of Birmingham is proud to announce its involvement in the award-winning Lloyds Scholars programme for the upcoming 2013/14 academic year. Along with seven other leading universities across the UK, the University of Birmingham will partner with the Lloyds Banking Group to offer students from lower household incomes a complete package of financial support, paid internships and the opportunity to develop their employability skills.

In order to apply to the Lloyds Scholars programme you must:

  • be a UK resident or an EU student currently residing in the UK
  • have a confirmed offer of a place to study at the University of Birmingham, having made the University your first-choice
  • be commencing the first year of a full-time three or four year undergraduate degree in 2013/14
  • have an assessed household income of less than £25,000

What does the Lloyds Scholars programme offer?

If you are successful in becoming a Lloyds Scholar, you will receive a full package of support, which will include:

  • annual bursaries to help with living costs and study materials
  • performance-related cash awards each year for good grades
  • end of course excellence awards for top scholars when you graduate
  • real, hands-on work experience on paid summer internships
  • access to advice and support from a dedicated mentor
  • training and development opportunities

What will be expected of me as a Lloyds Scholar?

In return for the many benefits of being a Lloyds Scholar, you will be expected to fulfil certain roles during your time at the University that will have a positive effect on both future students and the local community:

  • Lloyds Scholars must complete at least 100 hours of volunteering in the community each year
  • Lloyds Scholars must champion to programme to future applicants by offering advice and support

How many places are available and how can I apply?

Fifteen places are available for first year students at the University of Birmingham for the 2013/14 academic year. To be considered as a potential Lloyds Scholar you must complete a series of tests, including an online numeracy test, a telephone interview and, if you are successful, an Assessment Centre.