City, University of London Scholarships for Refugees

Type: Bachelor’s (Undergraduate)

Who: Registered refugees accepted into the city university of London

What: Full scholarships + living expenses

When: 2019 – 2020

Where: City University of London

Program Length: Up to three years

Deadline to Apply: 30 June 2019

Citizenship: Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia

Destination Countries: UK

Academic Subject(s): All Subjects


City, University of London is supporting equal access to higher education for forced migrants. The grant supports refugees who are accepted into the City, University of London in all subjects during their undergraduate years. The grant includes a tuition exemption and a financial grant of £ 12,102 per academic year in the program for up to three years.

Deadline: June 30, 2019


Applicants must meet one of the following criteria as set out by the Helena Kennedy Foundation Article 26 Project:

– Leave as an Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Child (UASC leave)

– Limit Leave to Remain (LL)

– Discretionary Leave to Remain (DL)

– Humanitarian Protection (HP)

– Refugee Status

– Refused Asylum Seeker (fresh claim submitted)

– Asylum Seeker

In addition to the above, applicants must meet all of the following criteria:

– Received a conditional or unconditional offer of full-time undergraduate study from City, University of London, having applied through UCAS ( If your offer is conditional you must meet the conditions of your offer of a place (e.g. academic and English language qualifications) in order to embark on the degree and receive the scholarship.

– Be currently attending a school, college, community or voluntary group which can provide a reference in support of your application.

– Be a new applicant to City, University of London, and have not previously been accepted on an undergraduate or postgraduate course in the UK (regardless of whether or not you have studied or completed the course)

– As a direct result of your status, you are not eligible for mainstream funding, e.g. Student Finance England or a local authority grant.

– If you are applying for a program that requires you to pass a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check in order to undertake clinical placements and participate in the course, it is your responsibility to ensure you have the necessary documentation. Failure to pass the DBS checks will result in a suspension/withdrawal from the program.

How to apply

Applicants must have made an application to City, University of London for undergraduate study via UCAS.

Before applying, please read the terms and conditions carefully.

Once you have completed these steps you can proceed to submit an application.

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