Applications are invited for the University of St Andrews Sanctuary Scholarship in the United Kingdom for 2022/2023. The scholarship is open to home and international students seeking to pursue an undergraduate degree program at the university.
The University of St Andrews is a British public research university in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland. It is the oldest of the four ancient universities of Scotland and, following Oxford and Cambridge universities, the third-oldest university in England and the English-speaking world.
University of St Andrews is offering up to 50 scholarships per year for asylum seekers and refugees for which no tuition fee will be payable. There will also be assistance with living costs through an annual grant paid termly. Students must be able to maintain a satisfactory academic record (as defined by the University’s academic regulations), in order to continue on these scholarships.
The deadline for application submission is 1 March 2021
University of St Andrews is pleased to offer the University St Andrews Sanctuary Scholarship for 2022/2023. This scholarship is offered to students who have been granted refugee status, humanitarian protection or discretionary leave in the UK, or are seeking asylum or have made a human rights claim.
The University of St Andrews aims to attract the very best students, regardless of financial circumstances. The University’s commitment to support students who have been granted refugee status, humanitarian protection or discretionary leave in the UK, or are seeking asylum or have made a human rights claim, means that it is now offering an enhanced Sanctuary Scholarship alongside the existing range of opportunities available through its Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS) funded bursary scheme.
The University of St Andrews is very pleased to offer the Sanctuary Scholarship for international students for the academic year 2022/2023. The scholarship aims to support asylum seekers, refugees and other displaced persons who are facing or have faced significant barriers to accessing and completing a university education.
The University of St Andrews has a long history of supporting asylum seekers and refugees. In September 2015, the University established a new fund to help alleviate some of the difficulties faced by such students.
The University of St Andrews is proud to announce Sanctuary Scholarships for international students. The program is open for the session 2022/2023. This bursary is designed to support asylum seekers, refugees, and those with humanitarian protection or discretionary leave in the UK.
The educational award will provide £2,000 towards tuition fees and a grant for living costs for one year.
Established in 1413, the University of St Andrews is Scotland’s first university and the third oldest in the English-speaking world. With a distinguished reputation for teaching and research, it has a very strong academic record of achievement.
The University of St Andrews is inviting applications for the Sanctuary Scholarship for 2021/2022 academic year. The scholarship is available to asylum seekers, former asylum seekers and Home Office granted refugee status candidates.
St Andrews offers a number of scholarships to students with refugee status and those who have applied for asylum in the UK. The scholarships are aimed at covering the full cost of study and living expenses while at university.
The University is committed to ensuring that all students from refugee backgrounds can access its education, regardless of their financial situation. That is why we provide a range of accommodation options specifically designed for our students with refugee status.
University of St Andrews is offering scholarship opportunities to Interested applicants who are looking at acquiring a degree program at the Institution.
This scholarship program will provide £5,000 per year for up to three years, towards your tuition fees and you’ll also receive support from our dedicated Student Support Officer.
To be eligible for this scholarship program, applicants must;
Be applying to University of St Andrews in the academic year 2022/2023
Have been granted refugee status – or are seeking asylum under the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees and its 1967 Protocol, or have been issued with humanitarian protection in the UK – and have been living in the UK for 5 years or more prior to starting your course
Be assessed as overseas for tuition fee purposes
Meet all conditions of your offer by stated deadlines
Not hold another major scholarship (one with a total value of £2,500 or above).
To help you with your finances, we will give you a scholarship of up to £5,000 if you are an asylum seeker or have been granted humanitarian protection status in the UK.
Your scholarship will be for each year of your degree programme and is awarded as a reduction in your tuition fees. This means that we will reduce your tuition fee charge by up to £5,000. If you study abroad as part of your degree programme, the tuition fee reduction will apply to the year(s) when you are studying abroad.
The University of St Andrews is also committed to providing additional financial support in the form of hardship funding and emergency accommodation where required.