If you have applied for an undergraduate course and have declared that you have refugee status on your UCAS form, we will contact you inviting you to apply. If you haven’t declared your status on your UCAS form, you can still apply for a scholarship if you think you are eligible, but you must have submitted an application to study at the University of Bath. Once you have received your offer, please complete the application form below.
Read the terms & conditions before applying.
Apply for the scholarship scheme using the application form .
The deadline for applications is 30 April 2024.
Selection will be based on the information submitted in your scholarship application and other contextual information, as provided in your application to study at Bath.
A panel of senior staff from the University and Students’ Union will select applicants for interview and will take into consideration a range of criteria. The purpose of the personal statement is to understand why you are in need of the scholarship, and how you would benefit from it. The scholarship panel will consider each student’s statement carefully.
It is important to the scholarship panel to establish:
- what contributions you have made to school/college life and/or your community
- why and how you would benefit from receiving the Sanctuary Award
Shortlisted applicants will be invited for interview following the meeting of the selection panel.
We aim to inform all applicants of the outcome of their scholarship application before the UCAS deadline where you must confirm your firm and second choice.
Conditions of award
If you are awarded a Marie Morley Undergraduate Sanctuary Scholarship, we advise you to seek professional advice about how this could affect your asylum support.
Please be aware that the Student Immigration Service will be required to contact the Home Office during your studies to ensure you have permission to study.