The Asylum Seeker Bursary will support up to two
Postgraduate students each academic year.
A University Panel will assess each bursary application on an individual basis.
To be eligible you must:
How much is the bursary worth?
How will I receive the bursary?
How do you apply?
You will be sent an email containing a link to an online application form once you have been offered a place on a course. The email will be sent to the email address listed on your course application to the University.
How will I know if I am successful?
The Student Money Advice Team will notify you of your eligibility by email, using the email address listed on the bursary application form. We aim to send you email confirmation that your application has been received within ten working days, the email will also include details regarding the decision making process.
What happens if I leave my course?
Any items you have received, as part of the bursary course related support, will remain the property of the University of South Wales until you have successfully completed the course. If you leave your postgraduate course prior to completion, you may be required to return the items.
Can I appeal against any decisions regarding my eligibility?
All students have the right to appeal decisions made by the Student Money Advice Team regarding their eligibility for the Asylum Seeker Bursary, please see the Scholarship / Bursary Appeal process for further details.
Who do I contact for further information?
If your query is in regards to the course application process then please contact the Enquiries and Admissions Team:
Phone: 01443 655450
If your query is in regards to the Asylum Seeker Bursary the please contact the Student Money Advice Team:
Phone: 01443 483778 (9-12 Mon-Fri)
*University of South
Wales scholarships and bursaries are offered on the basis that they are
potentially subject to change in the event of changes to the fee and student
support regime applicable in Wales. The University also reserves the right to
limit the number of scholarships and bursaries available.