Warburg Institute Travel Fund for existing Warburg MPhil/PhD Students
Due to the ongoing pandemic and the uncertainties this is creating around travel, we are not going to consider applications to the travel fund for 2020-21 academic year. We will release details regarding the 2021-22 academic year in due course.
Application for the SAS Hardship Grant (Training/Research)
The SAS Hardship Grant (Training) provides funding to allow doctoral students who have no other source of funding, to attend a course, to undergo essential training, or to make an essential research trip. It is not intended to assist with the cost of attending a conference.
You can apply for help from the Fund (Training) at any time during the academic year, and any time during the first 2 years of a 3 year doctorate (full time) or in the first 4 years of part time study. Grants are non-repayable.