Most undergraduates and post-graduates are eligible for travel grants (post-graduates should apply to the Tutor for Graduates). Preference will be given to third year undergraduates for travel at Easter, and second year undergraduates for travel during the summer vacation.
Deadlines for application are:
If you apply for a grant from an outside body (College Secretary’s Noticeboard) you must indicate this on your application.
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR APPLICATION IS COMPLETED AND RETURNED TO THE PRINCIPAL’S SECRETARY BEFORE THE DEADLINE
Most travel funds are tied to certain conditions; confined to named subjects, certain destinations or to whether the travel is of academic relevance to your course. Selection is based on the following:
Further information about the various travel funds is available on the table outside the Principal’s Office.
For a list of funding sources available to current students, as well as eligibility, application and deadline details, please see HERE.
The Ruth Deech Award for Further Legal Study seeks to provide financial assistance to promising students who wish to undertake further academic or vocational legal study. Students must intend to commence these studies in the year 2023. This award is available for students who will be completing their legal studies (FHS/BCL/MJur/MLF/DPhil/MPhil) at St Anne’s College in 2023, or who have graduated in the past 3 years.
The types of study that are likely to be supported are:
Costs that will be covered:
Costs that generally will not be covered:
However, in exceptional cases (such as unpaid internships), such costs may be covered if requested.
Applications can be made up to 3 years post the final year of study.
Selection Criteria and Expectations
The fundamental criteria for selection, and for the amount of the award, is financial need.
Eligible students must:
‘Further legal study’ includes academic study (e.g., masters, integrated masters and doctoral studies related to law) and vocational training (e.g., BTC). Additional legal experiences, such as internships or work experience in another country may count as further legal study where the experience will contribute significantly towards the student’s legal development or future career, although this is at the discretion of the awarding committee.
Students who are uncertain if their study is related to Law or will be counted as further legal study are welcome to apply, although it is at the discretion of the committee to determine which endeavours will satisfy the further legal study requirements.
If awarded the scholarship, students will be expected to provide evidence of their further legal study. This may be an offer letter from a vocational programme, academic institution, or in certain circumstances from a firm or charity.
How to apply
A short application letter should be sent to Christine Robertson (email@example.com), by 6pm on Monday 24th April 2023, at the latest. Applications will then be distributed to the Panel for decisions to be made. Applicants will be made aware of the outcome of their application by the fourth week of Trinity Term (19th May 2023).
A short application letter should:
Applications should clearly state the cost of study (fees and necessary textbooks for the BTC/other vocational course) towards which you seek a contribution.
The University’s Undergraduate Finance Guide can be found here.