To receive a University of Hull Sanctuary Scholarship applicants must:
Be offered a place to study at the University, commencing in September 2022
Apply for the Sanctuary Scholarship, providing all requested information and evidence
Live within commuting distance of the University of Hull at the point of application (anyone who needs to relocate cannot be considered)
Not require assistance with accommodation costs or living expenses
Be seeking asylum in the UK, or be the dependent or spouse of someone seeking asylum
have been granted Discretionary/Limited Leave to Remain following an application for asylum, or be the dependent or spouse of someone who meets the aforementioned criteria
The following groups of students are not eligible to be considered for a University of Hull Sanctuary Scholarship:
Some of our courses, typically healthcare and education subjects, require students to pass a DBS check. If it is not possible to obtain a DBS check for you you may not be able to study your chosen course. If we can offer an alternative course we will.
If you do not have the right to work in the UK you may not be able to take part in work placements, even where these are an integral part of the course. If you apply for a course which is unsuitable we will advise you of your options.
Download the full criteria.
Students who meet the eligibility criteria for the award but who are not successful will be eligible for the Sanctuary Fee Reduction.
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Questions about this award? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01482 463002.
More information on the University of Hull's commitment to supporting those seeking sanctuary, including practical advice on applying for a place, financial support, and English classes, can be found on our University of Sanctuary page.