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  • University of Bath

    Refugee Bursary

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    About

    This bursary is for new undergraduate students who have Refugee status or Humanitarian Protection. The Bursary is worth £1,000 per academic year of study, plus £1,000 to help with start-up costs and a further £1,000 on graduation – a maximum of £7,000 over a 5 year programme including placement year.

    The definition for those studying in England, as confirmed by UKCISA, states that eligible students with Refugee or Humanitarian Protection status: must be ordinarily resident in England on the first day of the first academic year of your course; and must have been recognized as a refugee or granted HP by the UK Government, or be the spouse/civil partner/child of a person with that status, and have remained ordinarily resident in the UK and Islands since then.

    To be eligible, you must also:

    • be enrolled on a full-time undergraduate or foundation degree and registered as a student at the University of Bath
    • started your course here in the 2017/18 academic year or later
    • have a household income of £42,875 or below
    • not already hold an honours degree (or equivalent)

    Students are requested to complete an application for the Refugee Bursary and evidence must be in the form of an original letter/document, showing their Refugee or Humanitarian Protection status, from the Home Office/UK Government. Your household income will also need to be verified.

  • Details at a glance

    United Kingdom
    All fields of study
    No deadline has been announced
    Bachelor's
    Partial scholarship
    0
    There is no age limit
    USD
  • Requirements

    Targeted nationalities
    All
    Targeted Country of Asylum
    United Kingdom
    Language of Instruction
    English
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