St George’s seeks to be accessible to students from a wide range of social, economic and cultural backgrounds.
limited number of means-tested private school bursaries are available
for up to 100% of school fees. Parents are encouraged to contact Jennifer Millar, Finance & Administration Officer, T: 0131 311 8009 E: email@example.com
You can apply for a bursary at St George’s by downloading our Bursary Application Form and filling it out with as much information and supporting documents as possible so as to support your application. Bursary applications for 2024-2025 are now open until January 12, 2024
Frequently asked questions about bursaries
A bursary is a monetary payment given to students based on financial
need. A bursary is designed to help cover educational expenses such as
Bursaries are awarded on the basis of financial need. All applicants
are required to complete an application form which provides details of
their income and capital. Where there is no financial need, no bursary
can be given. The level of awards varies significantly and can be as
much as 100%.
Applications for bursaries need to be submitted by 12 January for the
year of entry, though applications at other times of year will be
considered if funds allow.
The main point at which bursaries are awarded is at the entry to S1
(12 years) in Scottish secondary education, known as Lower 4 at St
George’s. In such cases, the award will continue throughout the
student’s education at St George’s. The level of award will be reviewed
from time to time and there is an annual re-assessment of family