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Morley College Bursary Fund Application Form for Course Fees

  • Information collected on this form is requested to allow us to fulfil our college obligations in relation to the distribution of student support funds. We may use the information to contact you directly in relation to your application. All your information will be kept securely. For further information on Data Protection at Morley please refer to our Privacy Notice at
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  • This application is to help with fees for unaccredited courses. Applications must be made before you enrol on a course. Applications forms submitted after enrolment are not able to be considered.

    The Morley College Bursary is a discretionary fund operated by the College to assist students who are experiencing financial difficulties and are unable to pay the full course fee. We welcome applications to the fund and all applicants need to write a statement and attach all evidence of financial need below on this form. Funds are limited and the College regrets it may not be possible to fund all students who meet the criteria. Students can apply for Bursary support on most courses, but not if Advanced Learner or Higher Education Loans are applicable for the course.
  • The fund can make a contribution towards course fees of either 25% or 50%. Support is restricted to £200 per student per year and this can be spread across 3 terms. You can only get support with one course per term. Applications must be made before you enrol on a course, application forms submitted after enrolment will not be considered. You may be required to attend an interview to discuss your application. The Bursary Panel will treat all applications confidentially and you will be informed of the decision in writing within 10 working days of the meeting. The panel compromises of staff whose roles within the college are directly linked to supporting students. If your application is not granted, you can appeal this decision. This must be done via email to the the Head of Student Engagement: Craig Hanlon-Smith: You must submit an appeal, within seven days of written notification of the outcome of your application.
  • Personal details

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  • Course Details

  • Details of Financial Circumstances

    Please provide full details of what money you receive each month, you will be asked to upload supporting evidence.
  • Monthly Household Income

  • Please enter Monthly Income, if nothing please put £0
  • Please enter Monthly Amount from Benefits, if nothing please put £0
  • Please enter Monthly Amount, if nothing please put £0
  • We need to see evidence of your household income as indicated above. You can upload more than 1 item of evidence and this can include, your application registration card (ARC), recent bank statements, benefit documents (dated within the last three months), payslips, medical documents (if applicable), or any other information which is relevant. Your application will be delayed if you do not attach copies of the documents which support your claim. We may contact you to provide more evidence.
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    • Please tell us why you are applying for a bursary. You should include information on any exceptional circumstances that mean you are unable to cover the fees, and how you feel the bursary will benefit you on your course
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    • Morley College London

      Morley College London, Chelsea (SW10 0QS) North Kensington (W10 5QQ) Waterloo (SE1 7HT) T: 020 7450 1889 E: W: Morley College Limited is a company limited by guarantee. Registered in England No. 2829836. Registered charity No. 1023523.