Alumni terms and conditions

The following terms and conditions apply to your University of London International Programmes Alumni bursary:

  1. If you have previously graduated from the University of London International Programmes (UOLIP), or External System, and intend to pursue further studies through UOLIP, we want to reward your loyalty with a bursary (hereafter “Bursary”).
  2. To be eligible for a Bursary, you must have completed a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree with UOLIP.
  3. The Bursary can be applied to all our Master’s, Bachelor’s degrees, Certificates, Diplomas, and individual modules provided that you are classified by UOLIP as a graduate. The exceptions are the following to which the bursary cannot be applied: the Information Security programmes with academic direction from Royal Holloway, the CeFiMS and CeDEP programmes with academic direction from SOAS.
  4. The Bursary can be applied against registration, examination entry and module fees. It cannot be applied to application fees, accreditation of prior learning fees, module continuation fees, extension of registration fees, examination centre fees or rechecks, nor against fees not charged directly by UOLIP such as fees charged by Recognised Teaching Institutions. In regards to examination re-sits the bursary can be applied to undergraduate re-sit fees but not to re-sit fees on postgraduate courses.
  5. The Bursary will be applied to your fees upon registration.
  6. Bursaries may be awarded in addition to other scholarships and funding.
  7. Bursaries may be reviewed on an annual basis and cannot be transferred to another individual.
  8. Students awarded a Bursary who subsequently withdraw from their course of studies will no longer be eligible for the Bursary.
  9. Students who take a break in their studies will continue to be eligible for the Bursary provided that they complete their degree in the permitted timescales and pay any relevant fees.
  10. The Bursary is only valid for studies that begin, for Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees, in, or after, the 2016/17 academic year. For Certificates, Diplomas, and Individual Modules they are only valid for studies that begin in, or after, the 2017/18 academic year. The bursary cannot be retroactively applied to studies before these periods.