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Scholarships: Sanctuary Scholarship - University of Leicester, UK

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*** Sanctuary Scholarship - University of Leicester, UK

I wanted to share with you information about the new Sanctuary Scholarships available to assist refugee / asylum seeker students who would like to undertake a masters degree at the University of Leicester, UK.

The scholarships provide a full fee waiver and are available for six degrees/courses in politics and international relations. All degrees are undertaken by distance learning and can be completed from anywhere in the world (with regular internet access).

Please share with your networks and/or any individuals you think might be interested!

Iím happy to help with any informal enquiries: Dr Neil James Wilson - njw38[at]leicester.ac.uk

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*** Sanctuary Scholarship

Full details: https://le.ac.uk/politics/study/distance-learning/sanctuary-scholarship

Our Sanctuary Scholarship offers opportunities for those with refugee or asylum-seeking status to study at the University of Leicester via distance learning. 

The scholarship provides a full fee waiver.

Applicants can be based anywhere in the world as long as there is regular access to the internet. We welcome applications from those living outside the UK and will determine eligibility on a case by case basis.

If you are interested in applying for this scholarship, please contact our distance learning team [log in to unmask] in the first instance.

Eligibility:

This scholarship is available to students applying for the following courses

* Diplomatic Studies MA by distance learning
* Human Rights and Global Ethics MA by distance learning
* Intelligence and Security MA by distance learning
* International Relations and World Order MA by distance learning
* International Security Studies MA by distance learning
* The Politics of Conflict and Violence MA by distance learning

More information on the six courses: https://le.ac.uk/politics/study/distance-learning

The Sanctuary Scholarship recognises that there can be factors that may make it difficult for people from asylum seeking and refugee communities to access university. 

You may have always aspired to study at university but faced obstacles in achieving your goal. We understand that your studies may have been interrupted, that you might not have evidence of your previous qualifications or that your qualifications aren't transferable. You may also need additional English language support.

The Sanctuary Scholarship is designed to accommodate these factors, so donít let these stop you from applying.

You can apply for the Sanctuary Scholarship if you hold an academic offer to study (or are waiting for a decision) and fall into one of the following status groups:

* An asylum seeker - a person who has made a claim for refugee status.
* A person who has been granted Humanitarian Protection (HP) or Limited Leave to Remain (formerly Discretionary Leave to Remain) in the UK.
* A refugee - a person who has been granted refugee status by the UK Home Office.
* The dependants of any of the above status groups, in recognition that they are also from asylum seeking or refugee backgrounds, including; family members of an asylum seeker whose claim is dependent on a principal applicant; or family members of a an individual with refugee or Humanitarian Protection (HP) status who have come to the UK on a Family Reunion visa.

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