We invite applications in March each year. We cannot accept applications at any other time during the year.
The Grundy Educational Trust was established in 1991 to advance education by providing or assisting in the provision of postgraduate awards and/or loans to students for research and higher learning at institutions in the United Kingdom.
Its investments amount to approximately £500,000 and some £25,000 is available each year for awards, the maximum individual amount of which is currently limited to £4,500 per annum.
Applications will be considered from applicants who;
are citizens or residents of the United Kingdom;
are intending to pursue courses leading to careers in technologically or scientifically based disciplines in industry, commerce or the professions;
have been accepted or provisionally accepted for postgraduate degrees at any of the following five universities (irrespective of where they obtained their first degrees): Imperial College London, The University of Manchester, The University of Nottingham, University of Southampton and University of Surrey;
are in need of financial assistance to fund their maintenance costs.
Please note that for students wishing to pursue a course of longer than one academic year, the Trust will typically support those students for the duration of the course (subject to satisfactory annual academic reports from tutors and consideration of annual estimates of required financial assistance from students).
For details on the application procedure, please click on the following link https://form.jotform.com/230591775242357. You will need to sign up at https://eu.jotform.com/ BEFORE completing an application form.
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The selection procedure for making awards is as follows:
Applications submitted by the University are reviewed by the Trustees for consideration.
A selected number of candidates are called for interview in June (reasonable travel expenses reimbursed).
After obtaining satisfactory references, annual awards of between £1,500 and £4,500 are then made to approximately 10 successful candidates payable in three equal termly instalments.