Thanks to the generosity of alumni and friends of Hatfield College, the Hatfield Trust funds Hatfield Bursaries to support new students from lower-income households to meet some of the core costs of college life.
Hatfield Bursaries are non-repayable, and you do not have to apply for them. If your household income as assessed by Student Finance England (or equivalent) remains below £25,000, you will be eligible for further support from a Full Hatfield Bursary each year you are a registered student of the University (even if you're on a year abroad or on a placement year), up to a maximum of four years. Part Hatfield Bursaries are only awarded to students in their first year.
For eligible students, Hatfield Bursaries pay for the following one-off (except for ball tickets) costs, which cover the duration of your course:
Full Hatfield Bursaries
Part Hatfield Bursaries
You do not have to apply to receive your Hatfield Bursary. Eligibility will be based on household income as assessed by Student Finance England (or equivalent) as of 1st September. Provided that you and your parents/partner consented to share their household income with the University during the student finance application process, Student Finance England (or equivalent) will pass your household income to the University. Hatfield College will use this information to award your Hatfield Bursary.
For student queries about Hatfield Bursaries, please contact the Hatfield Finance Office.
For the Terms and Conditions for Hatfield Bursaries please read the 2020/21 Hatfield Bursary Scheme Terms and Conditions.
For further information about Hatfield Trust, including donations to support the Hatfield Bursary scheme, please contact the Trust office: firstname.lastname@example.org.