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Article 26 Scholarship

Applications for 2018/19 closed on Friday 11 May 2018 and applicants will be informed directly.

The scholarship is open to those who do not have access to student finance and are:

  • seeking asylum in the UK, or a dependent or partner of someone seeking asylum
  • OR who has been granted Discretionary / Limited Leave to Remain or some other form of temporary status

One Article 26 Scholarship recipient will also be eligible for a UNITE Foundation Scholarship which provides free accommodation in a UNITE hall of residence for three years.

Article 26 is a project of the Helena Kennedy Foundation.




Application guidelines

Application form

Please note, if you are eligible for funding under the long residency category you will not be considered for Article 26.  For useful information regarding eligibility under this category see Just for Kids Law

If you have any questions about the Article 26 scholarships please contact, Melissa Page at, tel: (0116) 257 7872.  


Please see our other information for asylum-seeking students here


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