Bursaries and Grants
Our highest priority is the welfare of our students. We ensure that they have access to the necessary tools and opportunities to enable them to breakthrough traditional boundaries and succeed in their future careers.
It is for this reason that we offer funding to students requiring financial assistance. Payment is available for the costs associated with learning, including bursaries and discretionary student support funding.
Eligible students can receive financial assistance bursaries for;
Educational materials – such as books, stationary and school uniform
Travel expenses to/from school
Educational trips/work placements
To apply for financial assistance, please speak to Mr Dickson (firstname.lastname@example.org) to receive a Student Support Application form which must be submitted before the end of term deadline. Supporting documentation must also be submitted alongside the completed form, including receipts and the details of any financial support you or your parent/carer receive from the local authority. If your application is successful, the money you are entitled to will be paid via bank transfer.
Students who go on to study a relevant degree can apply for a medicspot one off financial grant to facilitate further education. To be eligible for the Medicspot Innovation Grant, you must be studying at a UK university or have an offer to study at a UK university. This grant is open to all students studying a degree (or equivalent) related to public health, medicine, nursing, pharmacy or life sciences.
Applications for this grant must be submitted online by 31st March. Further information can be found at www.medicspot.co.uk/grant