Stirlingshire Educational Trust

Grants available to persons who have been resident in Stirlingshire, either currently or in the past, for a period of at least 5 consecutive years or have been born there.

Key Facts

Fee status

Scotland

Level

Undergraduate, Postgraduate (taught), Postgraduate (research)

Deadline

See Stirlingshire Educational Trust website for deadline details

Number of awards

Multiple

Value of awards

£100-£500 - Variable

Your country/region

Scotland

Grants available to persons who have been resident in Stirlingshire, either currently or in the past, for a period of at least 5 consecutive years or have been born there.

Background information

Stirlingshire Educational Trust was founded in 1663 by local merchants to assist the poor and is now run by a body of Governors who meet to consider applications in March, June, September and December. Awards may be made towards fees, books, travel, equipment, kit etc.

Eligibility and availability

The Trust awards grants to individuals from the area of the County of Stirling who have lived there for at least 5 years, either currently or in the past, or have been born there. (The County of Stirling includes Stirling, Falkirk, Kilsyth, Grangemouth, Denny, Bonnybridge, Polmont and environs - you can ask the SET staff for clarification as to residential qualification).

How do I apply?

Please visit the Stirlingshire Educational Trust website for further information.

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