Teesside University is committed to the economic, social and cultural success of our students and local communities. The University embraces diversity and opposes prejudice and injustice.
The Sanctuary award covers your course fees and contributes towards your other study costs through a learning bursary, which is made up of two payments within each academic year. The first is paid once you have enrolled on your course, and the second at the start of semester two.
Each award application is considered by a panel of senior academic staff. Shortlisted candidates are invited to interview.
Five scholarships available for the 2019-20 academic year.
Our Sanctuary award offers support for up to five students, three on undergraduate courses and two on postgraduate courses. It is not open to postgraduate doctoral study applicants.
You may apply for a Teesside Sanctuary award if you meet the academic entry requirements for your chosen course and you:
*Your spouse or civil partner must have been your spouse or civil partner on the date that your asylum application was made. Dependent children or step-children must have been aged 18 or under on the date that your asylum application was made.
If successful, the Teesside Sanctuary award is payable in each standard academic year of your course. This is unless, as a result of an asylum application, you (or your spouse or civil partner) are granted indefinite leave to remain in the UK. If this happens, you must inform the University and the award will cease from the start of the next academic year, when you would be expected to apply for student finance instead.
In additional to covering your course fees, the Sanctuary award can help to cover your other study costs (including travel, IT equipment and books) in the form of a learning bursary up to a maximum of £600 a year, paid in two instalments in each academic year.
Complete and follow the instructions on the application form below.
The deadline to apply for this award is 3 May 2019. Applications for 2019 entry are now closed.