University of Manchester Scholarship 2023! Applications are now being accepted for the University of Manchester’s Humanitarian Scholarships, which are intended for students who are fleeing conflict or persecution. Our university places a significant value on social responsibility, and by providing the chance to study in Manchester, we are dedicated to doing our part to assist people who are escaping violence and persecution.
Our Humanitarian Scholarship Programs, which was established in 2022, provides assistance to those who are in critical threat and have had to leave their homes due to acts of violence. The scholarships pay for living costs, tuition, and visas.
We are providing up to 10 Scholarships for 2024 admission.
Many types of full-time undergraduate & graduate instructors are eligible for the scholarships, with the exception of those in medical, dentistry, nursing, and architecture.
Before submitting an application for the Scholarship, you must already have an offer to study here. The application period begins on March 1 and ends on April 15, 2024.
- Financial Coverage: Fully Funded
- No. of Awards: 10
- Study Level: Undergraduates/ Bachelors and Masters Courses
Eligibility Criteria for University of Manchester Scholarship 2023
To apply for University of Manchester Scholarship 2023, you will need all of the following:
- Be directly affected by armed conflict and/or be at high risk
- Have been internally displaced or having just been compelled to leave your country due to armed conflict;
- Be unable to enroll in or finish higher education;
- Never have studied before, at any degree, in the UK or EU;
- Possess an acceptance letter for enrollment in September 2024;
- Be able to prove your expertise with and dedication to your chosen course;
- Moreover, possess a strong academic background.
You will have access to Student Finance England and be able to apply for financing for your tuition and maintenance loans through them if you are on one of the Ukraine visa programs (Homes for Ukraine, Ukraine Family Scheme, or Ukraine Extension Scheme).
We provide Article 26 Sanctuary Seeking Scholarships for people who desire to pursue undergraduate degrees who are refugees or asylum seekers in the UK.
Undergraduates/ Bachelors Courses
Undergraduate degrees that last three years are eligible for the scholarships. Applicants who wish to pursue degrees in medicine (MBChB), dentistry (BDS), nursing, or architecture are ineligible.
If you don’t meet the requirements for direct acceptance to any of our three-year degree programs in engineering, natural sciences, or biosciences, we can offer scholarships for our integrated foundation year/ Biosciences Foundation course. The foundation program operated in collaboration with INTO Manchester, however, is not funded.
The Scholarship initiative covers all master’s programs with the exception of the MBA & clinical dental and medical degrees.
- You need to apply through UCAS.
- You can find some advice and information on how to apply on our applications webpage.
You may submit a conditional offer with your Scholarship application but you will need to have selected The University of Manchester as your firm UCAS choice by 20 May 2024.
- You need to apply online through our website.
- You must hold an unconditional offer at the time of the Scholarship application.
Some courses where there is high demand for places operate a staged admissions process with selection deadlines throughout the year. We advise you to apply as early as possible.
On the funding section of the application form, under ‘Funding Sources’, please choose ‘University of Manchester scheme’ and for Awarding Body type put ‘Humanitarian Scholarship’.
In your formal offer letter, you may be asked to pay an acceptance deposit in order to secure your place. You do not need to do this. If your application is successful then the requirement to pay a deposit will be waived.
Note: When submitting your application for a master’s scholarship, you must include a copy of your letter of unconditional acceptance. Email-sent materials are not acceptable. Your UCAS ID number must be entered on the application for the undergraduate scholarship. When you submit the application, you’ll automatically receive an acknowledgement, but you won’t get a separate email confirmation.
When reviewing applications, the University selection panel will consider:
- Your level of risk and how it impacts your capacity to seek further education;
- Your academic skills and merit;
- Your financial situation and if you have obtained financing from any other source to support your education,
- As well as your shown passion in your field of study.
- Admission application opens: October 01, 2023.
- opens: March 01, 2024
- closes: April 15, 2024