Applications are open for Scholarships at the University of Bradford. The University of Bradford provides these scholarships to enable people seeking asylum, or those already granted refugee status who cannot access student finance, to participate in higher education. The University of Bradford is a public, plate glass university located in the city of Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. There are two campuses: the main campus located on Richmond Road and the School of Management, at Emm Lane.
Successful applicants for the Scholarship Award at the University of Bradford will be provided with:
- Tuition Fee Grant: Successful students will get a tuition fee-remitted (i.e. no fees). Further, place at university until such time as they are awarded status that entitles them to access student finance.
- A Travel and Course Costs Grant: Successful students will get a £500 a year (per year if applicable).
- Grant to help with travel and course costs
- Personal Support: In addition, to fee remission, support will be available for students to enable them to identify and overcome barriers to achievement on their degree program and for their future careers
- An asylum seeker or the partner/dependent of an asylum seeker.
- Further, An asylum seeker/refugee/partner/dependant who Discretionary Leave to Remain (DLR) or some other form of temporary status
- A refugee who is unable to access student finance due to the previous study.
- Currently attending a school, college, community or voluntary group which can provide a reference in support of your application
- Unable to access mainstream funding, e.g. student finance or a local authority grant.
- Live within the Bradford Metropolitan District Council Area, or live within a commutable distance to the
- Additionally, University and be able to cover your travel costs yourself, or be able to relocate to Bradford without requiring extra financial support.
- Do not require support for living expenses or accommodation.
- Further, You are also able to get a scholarship/scholarship funding to attend a Pre-sessional English preparation course if your English language level is not high enough to meet the entry requirements of the University/your course.
- Applicants must meet these strict eligibility criteria and be in a position to verify their circumstances in order to apply. Applicants who do not meet the criteria will not be considered for the scholarship.