We work in partnership with The Archdeacon of Canterbury (Canterbury Cathedral) under the Article 26 Project to enable those seeking asylum to progress to higher education.
Applications are currently closed, and will be re-opening in Spring 2021
Applicants must be:
an asylum seeker/a dependant of an asylum seeker;
Applicants have to agree to keep the Immigration Compliance department of the University updated on their immigration status at all times. As soon as they receive a decision from the Home Office, they must provide the University with a copy of the documents, whether it is a positive or negative decision. The University may not be able to keep a failed asylum seeker who has exhausted their appeal rights within the University.
Applicants must meet these strict eligibility criteria and be in a position to verify their circumstances in order to apply. There are limited awards available and once these have been awarded, the application lines will close. The awards will be chosen in a first-come, first-served basis for each academic year.
Applications are now open. Please email us for an application form.
Friday 28 August.
If you have any questions about whether or not you should apply for an award please email our Student Support and Wellbeing Advisers or call us on 01227 9222675.
The University is unable to provide any financial support for accommodation. Students should only apply if they are able to support these costs themselves for the full duration of their University course.