Scholarships Merit-based
University of York

Equal Access Scholarships for undergraduates

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Any
Disciplines
12300 GBP
Grant
United Kingdom
Location
30 May 2024
Application deadline

About

If you are an international student and your course is longer than one year, you should be aware that the tuition fee in following years will be subject to annual increases. You should take this into account in your financial planning. The fees quoted in your offer letter are normally for one year of study. 

Overview

Scholarship type

Merit based

Number of scholarships to award

Multiple

Grant

£12,300

Scholarship coverage

  • living expenses

Description

The University of York are pleased to offer two Equal Access Scholarships for undergraduate students who are seeking refuge in the UK. Please note that you must have applied to the University of York before submitting an application for this scholarship.

Applicable programmes

Benefits

The scholarship provides:

a full fee waiver (you will not need to pay any tuition fees);

a maintenance award of up to £12,300 to help with living costs.

Eligibility

Open to students from International (non- EU) residing and seeking sanctuary in the UK.

Open to students currently seeking sanctuary in UK, without access to mainstream funding

To be considered for the scholarship you must:

  • have a conditional or unconditional offer from the University of York
  • have applied for asylum before you have applied for a place at university
  • not have access to mainstream funding, eg student finance or a local authority grant.

Scholarship requirements

Disciplines

Any

Locations

United Kingdom

Nationality

199 nationalities

Study experience required

High school

Age

Unknown

Application

Application deadline

30 May 2024

You must apply online for this scholarship using our scholarship application form.

As part of the application, you will need to provide:

your UCAS personal ID (this is 10 digits long and can be found on your offer letter);

your York Application ID (this is 9 digits long and can be found on your offer letter);

a supporting statement;

evidence of your asylum status, for example your biometric residence permit.

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