The links below provide an overview of the government and private funding, including scholarships, which is available for UK and EU nationality students.

The government describes students in this category as ‘Home’ students. To be classed as a ‘Home’ student you must be settled within the UK, i.e. have no restrictions on your leave to remain and have been resident in the UK throughout the preceding three years. If you are a refugee or an EEA migrant worker, you may not have to lived in the UK for this length of time.


The All Saints Educational Trust makes personal grant awards to teachers, intending teachers and students in Religious Studies, Home Economics and related areas.


Awards are available for Masters and PhD study in Archaeology, Art, History (not Economic and Social History), some Architecture, Classics, English, Law Linguistics, Modern Languages, Music Philosophy and Theology.


Agriculture and food-production (and closely related subjects such as veterinary science).

泭(FfWG)
FfWG offers Foundation Grants to help women graduates with their living expenses (not fees) while registered for study or research. Funding is not available for undergraduates.


The Trust provides grants for overseas students from the Commonwealth, who are in their final year at a university in the泭United Kingdom and who are facing unforeseen financial difficulties. These grants are the泭.


Bursaries are available for short-term study, refresher courses, advisory visits and training.泭 Grants are available for attendance at Conferences, workshops and seminars.泭 The applicant must be a professional with the relevant academic qualifications, and must be a commonwealth citizen.

Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan
Applicants must be a citizen of a commonwealth country who is about to complete an undergraduate degree or who has completed the undergraduate degree in the last 5 years.泭 Scholarships are awarded for higher degrees, though the candidate must have been accepted by the host institution.

泭(ESRC)
Social science areas such as economics, politics, human geography, psychology, sociology, anthropology, social history, education and housing management.


The Service offers advice to students on grants available for all academic disciplines.泭 To find out whether you may be eligible for a Family Action grant, you can complete an on-line form.


Applications are considered from students who are at the last stages of a degree course and are facing unexpected financial difficulties, which might prevent its completion.


The泭Department has a limited number of awards only open to residents of Guernsey.


The Department has a limited number of awards only open to residents of the Isle of Man.


The Department has a limited number of awards only open to residents of Jersey.


The Trust has provided funding for research projects, fellowships, studentships, bursaries and prizes; it operates across all the academic disciplines, the ambition being to support talented individuals as they realise their personal vision in research and professional training.


The Federation offers awards for studies in theology and other disciplines by members of Lutheran churches throughout the world.


Produce an excellent booklet guide to research funding available from small medical charities, which sometimes include individual research studentships for specific projects and small grants.

泭(MRC)
Medicine and Bio-medical areas such as pharmacology, dentistry, medicine and biochemistry.


The Foundation sponsors individuals to research nationally and internationally in the field of education.


NERC fund around 1,100 PhD students each year. Studentships are funded through university departments and NERC research centres.

Sidney Perry Foundation
PO Box 2924
Faringdon
Oxon
Oxfordshire
SN7 7YJOffer educational grants, primarily to anyone including prisoners or ex offenders, who are studying for a first degree. This is泭a maximum泭of泭瞿700, to supplement other funding.


Students may receive support for certain full-time vocational courses, mostly at diploma level.泭It does not support all postgraduate courses.


A charitable trust connected with the pharmaceutical multinational Wellcome Plc. which provides support for research in biomedical sciences and the history of medicine, including clinical medicine, tropical medicine and veterinary science. Studentships and some smaller grants and awards available.


For information on financial assistance to support your learning, please visit
their website or contact 0800 100 900.