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This scholarship is for individuals seeking asylum and those who have a form of protection from an asylum claim, who are not able to access government student finance.
In 2020/21 entry there will be two scholarships available which will include:
The scholarship will apply for each year of study.
Students with the following immigration statuses who meet the relevant course entry requirements and are not in receipt of, or eligible for government student finance support, are eligible to apply:
The scholarship will be open to students who are in receipt of an offer (or awaiting a decision) for a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate taught course, including foundation year courses. Courses taught at Partner Colleges are not eligible.
We provide all our students with a wide range of services dedicated to helping you stay both physically and mentally healthy. Our services include:
If you successfully receive a scholarship, you will also have a named contact to support you throughout the course of your study.
Scholars will also receive additional support from the Centre for Academic Development. In addition to the regular service available to all students (bookable one-to-one learning development; academic English modules) Scholars would be offered:
A named contact in the department
Three, one hour one-to-ones with the named contact over the first few weeks of Semester 1.
If relevant, one hour with an Academic English tutor to assess need, plan how the student can develop their academic English, and guide them regarding Academic English modules.
The option to request an Academic English tutor for a one-to-one if needed.
Priority booking for appointments.