Undergraduate: Scholarships & Bursaries

Undergraduate fees depend on your country of origin. The University of Edinburgh website provides a detailed guide to eligibility for government-funded places and applicable restrictions, and links to external websites offering advice on available scholarships. Our annual scholarship, The John Skelton Fellowship in Arts, is also available to undergraduate students studying at honours level.
Find out more about scholarships and funding for undergraduates

Access Awards are non-repayable support based on criteria such as income, background and personal circumstances, and in some cases geographical area.
Awarded to final year students who have made an outstanding contribution to the musical life of Reid School of Music or the wider Edinburgh community.
Open to any full-time undergraduate student in the Reid School of Music. Awarded to the best dissertation. (Amount variable)
Awarded to postgraduates and 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year undergraduates for travel and study abroad during the academic year or summer vacation. (c. £100-£1,000)
Awarded to a matriculated student or graduate of music. Preference will be given to an organist preparing for the Diploma of ARCO or FRCO (£500)
Awarded to a member of EUMS who demonstrates an aptitude in the development and conducting of a choral ensemble. (Amount variable)
Awarded to the 2nd year Undergraduate in Music who shows the greatest promise and all-round ability in organ/piano performance. (£1000)
Nominations by music staff (final year student dealing with 'Early Music before 1750').
Awarded as part of a first year undergraduate music competition to the student who shows all-round excellence in piano performance. (£500 per annum)
Awarded to the first year undergraduate in Music who achieves the best all-round academic performance in the May examinations. (£500)
Intended for undergraduates from lower income backgrounds intending to pursue a career in television.
Awarded annually to first year undergraduates on the basis of their end of year examination results (not including pianists and singers). (£1000)
Awarded to music student who shows the greatest promise in composition or performance.
Provides two £1,500 scholarships per annum to 4th year students on the Jewellery & Silversmithing – BA (Hons) programme.
Awarded for an outstanding piece of work by an Honours student (3rd, 4th or 5th year undergraduate).