Newcastle University is committed to support equal access to higher education and is glad to provide Sanctuary scholarships for applicants seeking to study at the University, which include full tuition price support and a living expenses bursary.
The scholarships are intended to help students from asylum-seeker and refugee backgrounds continue their education at a higher level.
- Type: Undergraduate
- Organisation: Newcastle University
- Country to study: United Kingdom
- School to study: Newcastle University
- Course to study: Not specified
- Gender: Men and Women
- Application Deadline: April 15, 2023
About the Newcastle University
Newcastle University (officially known as the University of Newcastle upon Tyne) is a public research university in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. The institution may be traced back to an 1834 School of Medicine and Surgery (later the College of Medicine) and an 1871 College of Physical Science (later renamed Armstrong College).
The Durham Colleges formed one component of the federal University of Durham, whereas these two colleges formed the other. In 1937, the Newcastle colleges combined to establish King’s College. Following an Act of Parliament, King’s College was renamed the University of Newcastle upon Tyne in 1963.
- Scholarsip pays for all tuition and living expenses.
- This scheme is open to the following types of applicants:
- Those seeking asylum
- Children of asylum seekers and unaccompanied minors seeking asylum (e.g., children migrants under the age of 18)*
- candidates with refugee status (ineligible for Student Finance government funding)
- *Applicants who have been granted Humanitarian Protection or Discretionary Leave to Remain as a result of an asylum application, as well as the children of a parent in this situation, will be considered.
- Applicants must be residents of the United Kingdom at the time they apply for consideration under the scheme. Applicants from the North East of England will be given preference (Tyne and Wear, County Durham, Northumberland, Cleveland and North Cumbria).
- Applicants must have applied for a seat on a degree programme at Newcastle University. Priority will be assigned to applicants applying for their first degree.
- Their expected grades must meet the admission requirements for the degree in question.
Applicants with qualifications from countries other than the United Kingdom are welcome to use our International Webpages. Before applying to Newcastle, start by selecting your country to learn about the average Undergraduate and Postgraduate entry requirements.
If you have any further questions concerning our entrance requirements, please contact us using the links below and we would be pleased to assist you:-
- Applicants must meet the English language requirements for their programme or have appropriate qualifications demonstrating English language proficiency. Learn more about English language assistance.
If there is a good justification for criterion 4 or 5 not being met, personal circumstances shall be considered.
- Applicants must be unable to obtain mainstream support, such as Student Finance England or a local government grant.
The Asylum and Migration Justice Forum discussed and agreed on these criteria.
How to apply
For more details,click the link below to apply.
April 15, 2023
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