Fees and funding
Everything you need to know about student finance, and the funding available to you as an undergraduate student in the Department of Chemistry.
As well as student loans to cover fees and maintenance, you may also be entitled to a University bursary or scholarship to support you through your studies.
The University's main website has a thorough guide to student finance in this academic year, fully explaining the options available to you. Browse this information, and the funding available this year using the links below.
The following scholarships offered by external organisations are made available to students in our Department for September 2021 entry.
The William Lunn Scholarship gives a boost to aspiring chemists, and is awarded to undergraduates in the Department of Chemistry who successfully complete the Manchester Distance Access Scheme (MDAS).
Acknowledging that the support his own scholarship gave him allowed him to pursue a successful career in medicinal chemistry he has repaid this kindness by creating this scholarship. In light of his own generosity, all recipients of the scholarship are encouraged to make a commitment to do what they can financially to help students in the future.
The scholarship value is £2500 and is divided equally between the recipients. This is for undergraduate chemistry students who successfully complete the Manchester Distance Access Scheme and remain registered on the 1 December on their year of entry. More Information about who William Lunn was and the origin of the scholarship can be found on the Department of Chemistry blog.
UK scholarships for 2021 entry
Are you a UK student looking for science and engineering funding options for 2021? See our Faculty and subject specific awards.
Overseas scholarships for 2021 entry
Are you an overseas student looking for science and engineering funding options for 2021? See our Faculty and subject specific awards.
UK scholarships for 2022 entry
Are you a UK student looking for science and engineering funding options for next year? See our Faculty and subject specific awards.