Application is invited to apply for the University of Sheffield Sanctuary International Visitors Support Scheme. This is a fully funded University of Sheffield Scholarship in the UK 2023. The Sanctuary International Visitors Support Scheme has been set up to support academics who have been displaced or affected by conflict or persecution in their home country.
The University of Sheffield is offering funding for up to three academics to continue their research in Sheffield for a period of up to 12 months. The University of Sheffield is a good-ranking university among the universities in the UK and worldwide.
Many international students enroll every year and secure promising futures after qualifying for a degree from this university
University of Sheffield Scholarship 2023
- Coverage: Fully Funded
- University: University of Sheffield
- Degree: Undergraduate, Postgraduate
- Country: UK
- Deadline: 13 November 2022.
To be eligible for the scheme:
You must be an academic who has been displaced or affected by conflict or persecution in your home country
You must be able to obtain a UK visa under the Ukrainian visa schemes or another type of UK visa, if applicable, in the case of other nationalities
Your proposed area of research should align with areas of research at the University of Sheffield. Here is a list of our academic departments
Applicants are expected to remain employed by their home institution and return to their home country to resume their research when it is safe and appropriate to do so
Visiting Researcher status based within a host department at the University of Sheffield. You will be allocated an academic mentor.
You will be allocated a key contact for support regarding practical aspects of your visit. Access to library borrowing, services, and e-resources.
Access to other University services such as confidential counseling helpline, the English Language Teaching Centre, access an associate computing account.
Financial support provided
Subsistence allowance of £17,350 per annum (pro-rata). An additional payment of £5,000 per annum (pro-rata) per dependent (up to a maximum of 3 dependents).
Expenses on arrival, including travel, of up to £2,500. Project-related costs up to £2,500.
Accommodation: under the Homes, for Ukraine Scheme, free accommodation is provided for up to a minimum of 6 months as part of the visa requirement. Applicants who are not eligible for the Homes for Ukraine scheme will receive support to find suitable accommodation
How To Apply
Complete the application form and send the application form and your CV to [email protected]
The closing date for expressions of interest is 13 November 2022.
Following the closing date, each application will be assessed. The assessment will be based on the eligibility requirements and the alignment between the proposed area of research and the academic areas of research within the host department.
Please rest assured that we understand that applicants will be filling in these forms under very difficult circumstances, may not have all the relevant information or documents to hand, and may have limited time to complete the form.
If you have any questions or concerns about this please contact us at [email protected]