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Scholarships for care leavers or young people estranged from their family

No rent, no bills, 365 days a year for 3 years.  

The Unite Foundation provides scholarship opportunities for young people aged 25 years or under who are care leavers or are estranged from their family.

Taking care of a place for the young person to live whilst they’re at university and leaving them free to study, meet new people and plan their career – the scholarship provides a gateway for a whole range of opportunities.

United Foundation have already awarded scholarships to 250 students building their futures without family support. They award scholarships to students with a wide range of backgrounds and academic grades.  They help the young person settle in and they keep in touch and offer extra opportunities throughout the period of their involvement.

Worth downloading and sharing: Unite Foundation – We Believe in You – Scholarship and Study Skills

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