Harper Adams University
The information on this page was last updated on 26 February 2018.
The details of support available can change, so before you apply it's best to speak to the named contact to check exactly what they offer.
It is the university’s aim that potential and current students are treated fairly on the basis of merit, regardless of circumstances.
We have dedicated learner support and student services teams, who work with potential and current students on an individual basis to ensure that their needs are met.
This can include guaranteed longer term accommodation arrangements, financial guidance, counselling or mental health support, and an individual academic guidance tutor as necessary.
As we offer support, advice and guidance on an individual basis, we encourage you to contact us directly to discuss your personal circumstances and needs.
Support we offer?
- A named contact
- Outreach sessions or activities
- Pre-application help
- Guidance for offer holders
- A web page for care leavers
- Careers advice and support after graduation
Accommodation we offer?
- A place to live all year round
- If not, help finding somewhere to live for the whole year
Funding support we offer?
- Specific funding that's just for care leavers
- Additional funding available (such as bursaries and grants)
- Support for students seeking asylum
- Support for those with discretionary leave to remain
- Financial advice
Harper Adams University recognises that the transition to higher education can be daunting and expensive, and that's why we offer you support from the very beginning of your journey.
We are able to offer discretionary financial support to care leavers to assist with interview costs (e.g. travel to the university) and once you enrol as a student you can apply for additional support through the university's access to learning fund.
Care leavers also have access to our wide range of non-financial support through our student services and learner support teams.
Course information from Unistats was last updated in October 2017