Asylum Seeker Scholarship 2022 is inviting credible applicants who are willing to partake in its ongoing 2022 Scholarship programme at the University of Strathclyde
Why You Should Study at the University of Strathclyde
- The University of Strathclyde is a great study filled with professional staff, and nice lecture rooms, a lot of computers are provided for students.
- The University of Strathclyde is a great place to study and work, the staff provides exceptional helpful services.
- The university offers several distance learning courses, in particular, they are currently the only University in Scotland that offers genealogy courses.
Benefits of Asylum Seeker Scholarship
The scholarship meets the cost of your tuition fees and includes an allowance for essential study-related expenditures.
Requirements for Asylum Seeker Scholarship Qualification
Applications will be considered from potential students who:
- hold a conditional or unconditional offer to study at the University of Strathclyde for 2022-2023; and
- have submitted, or are the dependant of someone who has submitted, an application to the Home Office for recognition as a Refugee under the 1951 UN Convention on the Status of Refugees (hereafter “The Convention”) and not yet received a decision from the Home Office on that application; or
- have been offered leave to remain in the UK on the grounds of Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights provided that the student has not become eligible for Student Support from the relevant student funding body in Scotland, England, Wales or Northern Ireland.
Applicants must live within the Glasgow area at the point of application as housing costs are not covered by the scholarship. Applications will only be accepted from prospective students outwith the Glasgow area if they submit written evidence of appropriate accommodation arrangements at the point of application.
Applications will also be considered from students who have already started their course of study but have subsequently applied for asylum and can no longer access their original funding. In these cases it will be necessary to establish that the original funding for study is no longer available and applicants will be required to provide supporting evidence.