The Widening Participation and Outreach team at the University of Liverpool has a well-established support programme for young people who have faced a Disrupted Education. We would like to engage with young people who have the potential to progress to university, but due to disruptions within their education, may face barriers when considering higher education.
The University of Liverpool can offer the following support to young people who have experienced
a disruption to their education:
- Bespoke information and guidance from designated outreach staff to support transition to university
- Support with transport to enable participation in the University’s Open Days and Applicant Discovery Days on campus
Asylum Seeker Bursary
Additionally, the University of Liverpool are pleased to offer tuition fee and maintenance support for up to four undergraduate students who have sought asylum in the UK, so they can succeed in higher education. The Asylum Seekers Bursary covers the cost of tuition and provides awards from £3,000 per year to support the costs of study e.g. equipment, books, travel and accommodation.
These awards are for applicants applying for undergraduate programmes only, excluding programmes in the Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Health Sciences and Veterinary Science.
This is a competitive bursary and not all applications will be successful. For more information please visit the Asylum Seekers Bursary webpage.