The Mary Trevelyan Fund is a hardship fund available to students from developing countries* who have found themselves in unexpected financial difficulties during the final year of their studies in London.
The full criteria for the fund are listed below. If you feel that you satisfy them or you wish to know more details then please contact the ISH Advice service via email at email@example.com or via telephone on 020 7631 8309.
All applicants to the Mary Trevelyan Fund must meet the following criteria;
- Students must be studying at a publicly funded Institution in London.
- Students must be studying at an Institution with membership to ISH. Students must be in their final year of study.
- Students must be from a developing country. Please see the list on the right hand side.
- Students must be studying on a course with a relevant developmental application in their home country.
- Students must be intending to return to their home country on completion of their course.
- Students must be in financial need due to unexpected circumstances.
- Applications will not be considered from those seeking or granted asylum in the UK.
- Applicants should not require total funding in excess of £2,000.
- Other than in exceptional circumstances, the maximum award will be a grant or a loan of up to £1,000.
* excludes North America, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, and all countries in the European Economic Area, plus Switzerland.
To apply for the Mary Trevelyan fund, please click here to download form.