If your application for a scholarship, bursary or grant is unsuccessful, you may have the right to appeal.
Who can appeal
You can appeal if you think that:
- we made an error when assessing your application
- the decision we made was not correct according to the eligibility criteria
- we have not considered all the evidence you provided
You can also appeal the outcome of a Student Success Scholarship application if your circumstances have changed and/or to provide evidence that was not available to you before the closing date.
You cannot appeal if:
- you disagree with the eligibility criteria
- you disagree with the amount you were awarded
- you missed the application deadline
If you’re not eligible to apply for a scholarship or bursary but don’t know why, please do not appeal. Contact Hallam Help and we will explain why you are unable to apply.
How to appeal
You must submit a form to appeal. The appeals form will ask you for:
- supporting evidence
- a personal statement detailing the reasons for your appeal
Appeals must be made within ten working days of a decision being communicated to you.