|Deadline: January 01, 2020||Institution(s): University of Strathclyde|
|Level of Study: Undergraduate, Masters, Doctoral, Postdoctoral||Study in: UK|
Mature Students Hardship Fund 2020
Mature Students Hardship Fund is open to assist international students in overcoming short term hardship. The purpose of this fund is to help Students who have fallen into financial hardship after starting their education. Those students are eligible to apply who started their course with suitable funding in place and now find themselves in financial hardship. This opportunity is available for Undergraduate, Masters, Doctoral and Postdoctoral research study.
- Faculty of Engineering:
- Biomedical Engineering
- Chemical & Process Engineering
- Civil & Environmental Engineering
- Electronic & Electrical Engineering
- Design, Manufacture & Engineering Management
- Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
- Naval Architecture, Ocean & Marine Engineering
- Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences
- Center for Lifelong Learning
- Government & Public Policy
- Social Work & Social Policy
- Psychological Sciences & Health
- Faculty of Science
- Computer & Information Sciences
- Mathematics & Statistics
- Pure & Applied Chemistry
- Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy & Biomedical Sciences
- Strathclyde Business School
- Accounting & Finance
- Corporate Connections
- Hunter Center for Entrepreneurship
- Management Science
- MBA & International Division
- Strategy & Organisation
- Work, Employment & Organisation
Awards will be made until the fund has been exhausted.
Mature Students Hardship Fund provides the recipient with the following benefits:
- Living costs.
- Equipment and study costs.
- Travel costs.
- The level of award will be judged on a case to case basis but awards are likely to be around £500-£1000 to assist students in overcoming short term hardship. Because of this, the fund cannot be used to replace a regular income.
To be eligible for Mature Students Hardship Fund, applicants must meet the following criteria:
Eligible Countries: All World Countries
- are aged 21 or over at the start of their current course of study.
- started their course with an appropriate funding arrangement in place but have fallen into hardship
- if eligible, have applied to the Discretionary Fund for support
- If eligible, have applied for all statutory funding (Student loan, bursary, cost of living grant)
- or they have been recommended for support from the Fund by the Student Support Team on the basis of urgent or exceptional circumstances
- a payment from the fund will make a significant contribution to the student’s ability to continue their studies successfully.
How to Apply for EU & International Hardship Fund?
Please visit official website link given at the end. However, here are important steps to avail Mature Students Hardship Fund:
To know more about Mature Students Hardship Fund, please visit official website: