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Financial Aid

for students from a low-income background

Studying with WeShall Education is rewarding and can lead to a great future. But being a student means managing your finances carefully – and that can be even more of a challenge if you are coming from a low-income background.

The WeShall-Scholarship can help you if you have:

  • FOR courses starting in September 2022 or January 2023: 
    • completed a 7+ months WeShall Education Programme upon contracts/agreements (minimum 100 hours), AND
    • a household income of £9,000 (70,000CNY) or below as verified by our Student Finance department

If you are eligible, we will give you £1,000 (8,000CNY) cash before your degree course starting.


Eligibility Criteria

  • You must be a WeShall Student who has completed a minimum of 7-month course and at least 100 hours with us upon contracts and agreements.
  • You must have been means tested by our Student Finance Department for your family's financial circumstances.
  • You must be qualified as an overseas student and registered as a full-time undergraduate student of a QS top 500 university for September 2022 or January 2023.
  • You must provide your household income for the tax year 2020 to 2021 with proof of evidence if you’re applying for the 2022 to 2023 academic year.

What counts as household income

Household income always includes income you get from your own savings, investments or property (for example dividends or rent).

It may also include your parents or partner’s income. This depends on your individual circumstances.

If you’re under 25 and financially dependent on at least one parent

Your household income includes:

  • your parents’ income, if you live with them or depend on them financially
  • the combined income of one of your parents and their partner, if you live with them or depend on them financially

If you’re under 25 and do not financially depend on your parents

Your household income does not include your parents’ income if:

  • you have supported yourself financially for at least 3 years
  • you have been married or in a civil partnership at any time before the start of your course
  • you spent at least 13 weeks in the care of your local authority before you turned 18
  • you’ve had no contact with your parents for over a year

If you’re over 25

Your household income will not include your parents income if you are over 25.

Your household income will include your partner’s income, if you live with them (even if they spend most of their time abroad).


If you have any queries please contact .

WeShall Education reserves the right to make changes to these arrangements, or to withdraw aspects of the scheme or add new elements.


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