Scholarships, grants, and bursaries all have their respective coverage in terms of academic funding. Scholarships are general financial aid programs that can be applied for that will help towards paying off academic fees (tuition, books, activity fees, student fees, clubs, etc). It can be for a wide variety of subjects and qualifications and do not necessarily target any demographic. Grants are a financial reward to fund some sort of project (research project, community project, etc), and bursaries are targeted towards students in low-income situations with more intense financial needs.
To apply for any of these, there are many online resources and websites that can be used. Find an opportunity that works for you, complete the necessary applications, and remember to keep track of the status of your pending scholarships. There are plenty of resources all over the web for scholarships, and universities often offer consultation services for financial needs and scholarships. For more information, and to find scholarships that are suitable for you, here are some websites with information to look at.