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Unite Foundation Scholarship

Key information 

Entry

September 2018. Scholarships cannot be deferred.

Eligibility
  • Any new UK applicant under the age of 25 who is either estranged from their parents or is a care leaver, and who meets certain other criteria
  • Please see the application form and guidance document for full information
Value 3 years' of free accommodation in Unite's student property (Purbeck House)
Need to fill in an application Yes
Dates You must have completed the application form and returned it to Jacqueline O'Brien at Bournemouth University by 12pm on 31 May 2018 (see address below)

Bournemouth University is proud to have joined the Unite Foundation Scholarship Scheme in 2018.  The scheme is designed to support young people for whom a year-round home for successful study is key.  In particular, the Foundation supports students who do not have contact with either of their parents having become estranged for whatever reason or who have come through the care system.  

A Unite Foundation Scholarship means a rent-free university home for three separate years of your degree. You will also have other opportunities through the Unite Foundation’s sponsors, such as work placements, mentoring and activities that can help you make the most of your university experience.  

Please return completed application forms to:

Jacqueline O'Brien
Student Support & Engagement Officer
Bournemouth University
Sir Michael Cobham Library (DL113)
Talbot Campus
Poole
BH12 5BB

If you have any questions, please email Jacqueline O'Brien at: obrienj@bournemouth.ac.uk  or visit the Unite Foundation website for further information.

The legal bit

Scholarships are reviewed on a regular basis and the university reserves the right to withdraw, amend or introduce new scholarships at any time. Scholarships are offered subject to funding and availability. Scholarship is awarded in your first year only, unless stated otherwise.

For full Terms and Conditions, please view our Scholarship Policy.