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The Snowden Trust provides grants to
physically disabled and sensory impaired students studying in the UK – in
further or higher education or those training towards employment. The purpose
is to help cover additional costs that students incur as a result of their
disability and where available statutory funding does not cover them.
Location: United Kingdom
About 100 grants are awarded each year,
ranging from £250 to £3,000.
Besides giving financial grants, the trust
also takes an active interest in individuals, offering encouragement to
students during their studies and beyond.
- Applicants must have a physical or
- Students of all nationalities may
apply but must be studying at a college or university in the UK.
- A grant will not usually exceed
£3,000 per year.
- Successful applicants may re-apply
for support in future years, but continued support will be subject to a
satisfactory academic or other appropriate reports.
- Candidates will declare all
relevant financial and medical information, which will be kept
confidential to the panel and administrators of the grants.
- The awarding selection panel
usually meets in July and October, with applicants receiving results soon
after each meeting. Acceptance of an award must normally be made within
two weeks of a funding offer.
- Conditional awards may be made
dependent on the results of examinations and other grant applications.
- Applications for retrospective
funding will not be considered.
- The decision of the selection
panel will be final. No further correspondence will be entered into about
the panel’s decision.
- Repayment of the grant may be
claimed if it has not been used for the purpose specified, or if
grants/allowances are subsequently received from statutory bodies for the
Eligible Regions: Open
Source – YOUTH OPPORTUNITY