Details about University of Manchester Article 26 Scholarships 2023
University of Manchester Article 26 Scholarships 2023 is offered for Bachelors degree in the field of All subjects except Medicine & Dentistry.
The deadline for the sending your application is Deadline varies. This scholarship is provided by University of Manchester and the value of this scholarship is Full Funding, tuition fee + £5,000 per year stipend . This scholarship is open for: Open to all nationals.
- Degree: Bachelors
- Provided by: University of Manchester
- Deadline: Deadline varies
- Scholarship value: Full Funding, tuition fee + £5,000 per year stipend
- Host Country: UK
Article 26 Scholarships is offered by the University of Manchester for sanctuary seekers who want to pursue their higher education at the university.
Eligibility and deadlines for the fee concession
- full-time undergraduate applicants are eligible;
- MBChB and BDS courses are ineligible;
- you must have applied for asylum in the UK before you applied to UCAS.
- full-time, non-clinical postgraduate applicants (taught and research) are eligible;
- you must have applied for asylum in the UK before you applied to study at The University of Manchester.
Assessments of eligibility for a concession will be conducted by our Fee Assessment Team.
If you have not already been contacted to complete a Fee Assessment, please email the team so that they start this process and provide a link to the online form.
Please note that if you meet the above criteria, you will be classified as an international student but allowed to pay the home rate fee.
Changes in fee status
If your asylum case is decided during your course of study at the University, your fee status will change to ‘home’ with effect from the following academic year and the tuition fee concession will cease if:
- you (or your parents or your spouse/civil partner) are recognised as a refugee by the UK Government and are granted indefinite leave to enter/remain in the UK and have been ordinarily resident in the UK since you/they were granted this immigration status (spouses/civil partners must have been the spouse/civil partner on the date on which the application was made, while children/step-children of a refugee/person with leave to remain/enter must have been aged under 18 on the date on which the asylum application was made);
- as a result of an asylum application, you (or your parents or your spouse/civil partner) are granted Humanitarian Protection in the UK and you/they have been ordinarily resident in the UK since you/they were granted this immigration status (spouses/civil partners must have been the spouse/civil partner on the date on which the application was made, while children/step-children of a person with Humanitarian Protection in the UK must have been aged under 18 on the date on which the asylum application was made).
Eligibility criteria for the Article 26 Scholarships:
- Applicant must have a conditional or unconditional offer from the University of Manchester for an undergraduate course (except Medicine and Dentistry).
- Applicants who are unable to access mainstream funding (student finance or a local authority grant).
- Must be currently attending a school, college, community or voluntary group which can provide a reference.
- Applicant’s current Immigration must be described as one of the following:
- Refugee status
- Discretionary Leave to remain (DLR)
- Indefinite leave to remain (ILR)
- Humanitarian Protection (HP)
- Awaiting a decision on an application for refugee status
- Leave as an Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Child (UASC leave)
- Refugee status + 5 years indefinite leave to remain (ILR)
- Refused Asylum Seeker
- Lived in the UK for the last half of life which was not for the principal purpose of study, and has a form of immigration permission.