In the interest of staff and student safety, the Advice and Guidance team are currently working from home, and the student drop-in is closed until further notice. We are available by email on email@example.com from 10am-6pm, Monday to Friday.
We are still accepting bursary applications – please email the Advice and Guidance team on firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form, or apply online via the portal.
City Lit Student Bursary Explainer
Thinking about studying with us but worried about the cost of course fees? Our student bursary supports students with financial difficulties, ensuring you can enjoy the many opportunities that learning can bring.
For more information, please watch this short video:
There is a separate government funded scheme to help with costs of books and materials - this is the Discretionary Learner Support Fund (DLSF), please email our Advice Team for more information on the DLSF.
Applying for a bursary
If you have questions about applying for a bursary, please email email@example.com for more information.
You can apply for a bursary online and upload any evidence required using our online portal, just click here
Student Bursary Checklist
Ready to apply for the bursary? This checklist provides advice on when to complete your bursary application in good time for your course and what you need to accompany your application before it is submitted to a panel to review for a potential award.
Please do not hesitate to speak to our Information and Advice team who will be able to discuss options with you and provide more information.
How to donate
Did you know that you can donate to the City Lit Student Bursary Fund which can really help create a positive impact on someone's life?
Facts and figures
Students who have received a bursary tell us how their courses have helped to increased opportunities for them, improved their confidence, helped them achieve their goals and given them more hope for the future.
• 90% progressed in their career or personal development
• 75% of students who have received a bursary said their confidence in learning increased
• 70% of students said their bursary-supported course reduced their stress levels
• 65% of students say that receiving the bursary has improved their mental well-being, they feel able to progress to whatever the next step in life is for them