The Claus and Mary Moser Scholarship


East Midlands, East of England, Yorkshire and the Humber, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, South West, South East, London, North West, North East, West Midlands



Type of opportunity

University scholarship

Closed for 2023
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Schwab and Westheimer Trust

About this opportunity

In 2023 one person will be supported with a Moser Scholarship to study for a first degree or equivalent professional qualification. The scholarship will pay home tuition fees*, and associated study costs. The specific amount awarded will be dependent on the candidate’s individual circumstances and university location.

*The trust will help candidates who are successful at interview to negotiate home fees from their chosen university. The final award of a Moser Scholarship will be dependent on successfully getting a ‘home’ tuition fee offer. Please make sure you meet the following criteria before applying:

Level of Study

  • Undergraduate


Asylum seeker, Limited or Discretionary Leave to Remain (private/family life), Other forms of sanctuary (including Calais Leave, Section 67 Leave, UASC leave and Stateless Leave)

Additional notes about eligibility criteria

You must:

  1. Be aged 28 years or younger.
  2. Be an asylum seeker (or the dependent of an asylum seeker) who is awaiting a decision or appealing a decision for asylum from the UK Home Office; OR a person (or dependent of a person) who claimed asylum in the UK and has been granted Limited Leave to Remain or some other form of temporary status such as Calais Leave, Discretionary Leave to Remain, Section 67 leave, UASC leave.
  3. Be a student wishing to pursue an undergraduate degree or equivalent professional qualification in engineering or accounting.

What is included in this opportunity?

  • Fee Waiver (no fees)
  • Full bursary (study costs and full living costs)
  • Partial bursary (study costs and partial living costs)
  • Study costs (books, travel, etc.)

Additional notes about support provided

Pastoral support will be provided to successful candidates

Additional details about application process

Please read our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) document and Guidance Notes before beginning the online application form.

Please note that there is no advantage for students who submit their applications first, so please take your time and fill in applications carefully. Applications must be made using the online form – however, should you wish to prepare your answers, you can do so using this Word version of the form.

Number of places available


Is this opportunity available for individuals outside of the UK?


For further questions contact the scholarship provider