Undergraduate Sanctuary Scholarship
For their Undergraduate Sanctuary Scholarship, University of Westminster is currently accepting applications from individuals who meet the necessary qualifications. For all students, it is a fully financed scholarship.
About University of Westminster
When Sir George Cayley established the Polytechnic Institution at 309 Regent Street in London, the history of Westminster officially began.
Quintin Hogg, a philanthropist, purchased the Royal Polytechnic Institution building in 1881 and relocated his Young Men’s Christian Institute there, eventually establishing what would become the publicly supported Regent Street Polytechnic at 309 Regent Street.
Since then, our educational establishment has established a reputation as a hub of innovation.
Aim and Benefits of Undergraduate Sanctuary Scholarship
A single scholarship is offered. The scholarship provides a maintenance allowance of £6,000 annually in addition to covering the full cost of tuition.
Students who continue on to the next year of their studies will receive £6,000 for each eligible year of study.
Each year, the scholarship will be deposited into your designated bank account in two equal installments: 50% in October and 50% in February.
If a student is in a repeat year or a placement/sandwich year, they will not be given the annual allowance.
Requirements for Undergraduate Sanctuary Scholarship
Students must fulfil all criteria below:
1. You must have a full time September 2022 undergraduate course offer at the University of Westminster.
2. You must currently be living in the UK.
3. You must be under 25 years of age when you begin your degree.
4. You must have been granted Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) or Discretionary Leave to Remain (DLR) by the Home Office; this must be the sole reason why you do not qualify for student funding or home fee status.
ILR status holders must have been residing in the UK for less than 3 years.
August 19, 2022
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