If you have applied for asylum, what decision have you received on your application as of now?
Are you eligible for support from the Student Loans Company?
Please use the UKCISA website to determine your eligibility http://www.ukcisa.org.uk/Information--Advice/Fees-and-Money/Government-Student-Support
if other, please state the nature of the financial support
CURRENT PERSONAL/FAMILY FINANCIAL SITUATION
Please provide details of your personal income (if you are an unaccompanied asylum seeker) or your parent(s)/guardian(s) who are financially contributing to your household by completing the table below. You are required to provide evidence of income (see section C).
Please provide a personal statement answering the following questions. This is an opportunity to demonstrate the reasons for your application for this scholarship. This text box will expand.
What are your personal and family circumstances and what barriers have you overcome in order to continue with your education - with specific reference to your current immigration status in the UK? You do not need to give details of the events that led to your seeking asylum, unless you wish to do so.
What are your financial circumstances – how have you managed financially whilst at school/college?
Academic background STATEMENT
Please provide an academic background statement answering the following questions. This is an opportunity to demonstrate the reasons for your application for this scholarship. This text box will expand.
Your academic achievements:
Why have you chosen UCL and your particular programme of study, what are your ambitions for the future and how would the Access Opportunity Scholarship help you to achieve these ambitions?
Please indicate whether you have had past/current prizes, awards and/or scholarships related to your academic achievements:
Evidence of current immigration status
Please provide a copy of ONE of the following as evidence of your current immigration status:
☐ Application Registration Card (ARC, both sides) accompanied with the most recent Standard Acknowledgement Letter (SAL)
☐ Please ensure you have informed your referee to complete the reference form available from our web page. The referee must email this to email@example.com using their work email. We will not accept references from personal email addresses.
SECTION D APPLICANT’S DECLARATION Your application will not be valid unless this section is signed and dated: By submitting this application to UCL on:
(Submission date) I,
(Name) I declare that:
To the best of my knowledge, the information on this application is accurate and complete. I understand that my application is valid only if all required information is provided and all required supporting documents (which will not be returned to me) are enclosed.
I agree to inform the UCL Student Funding Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) immediately of any other scholarships, grants or awards I am offered or awarded (by an external sponsor/institution, other offices within UCL or my admitting department) subsequent to submitting this application, and to provide details and proof of their details if requested. I understand that any additional funding awarded from another source may be taken into account in the calculation of any scholarship I may receive.
Data Protection Act 1998: I agree to UCL processing personal data contained on this form or other data which UCL may obtain from me or other people or organisations while I am applying for funding. I agree to the processing and disclosure of such data for any purposes connected with my studies or my funding while on UCL’s premises or for any other legitimate purpose, including the compilation of statutory statistical and personal returns that UCL is obliged to make to government or other agencies.
Type name (this will be taken as your signature) Send this application with the required documents as attachments (see Guidance Notes for naming your attached files) by email to: email@example.com
The email subject should be “(Last Name, First Name) UCL ACCESS OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP Application”