Higher Education Bursary Guidelines 2020

CONSOLIDATED CHARITY OF BURTON UPON TRENT
Registered Charity No 239072

The Scheme

The Consolidated Charity is making available a sum of money that will enable up to 40 students to be offered an Educational Bursary of £500 per annum for three years. The scheme will only be open to students living in the Charity's area of benefit.

Students will be offered a bursary in order to assist them in successfully completing a course of study leading to a first degree at a British University or other equivalent British institution, eg. College of Music.

HND students are not eligible to apply for a bursary until they have successfully completed their HND course and continue on to a degree course.

Bursaries will only be made for three academic years and no payments will be made during paid placements

Data Protection Statement:

It is part of the Trustees’ responsibilities to ensure that grant applicants are suitably qualified under the terms of the charity’s governing document. Trustees,therefore, need to investigate the personal circumstances of applicants. The personal data supplied on this form and other information relating to the application will be held on file. Some details may be checked with relevant organisations since the charity reserves the right to investigate and verify what you write in this form, but no details will be disclosed for any inappropriate purpose. You may have access to your personal information on request.

Personal Details

As defined in the guidelines to accompany this form

Financial Information

Family Contribution, Tuition Fee Loan, Maintenance Loan, Maintenance Grant, Sponsorship, etc

Post 16 Courses

In each of the following boxes please insert the dates, courses/subjects and actual accepted grades or, if you are still awaiting the results of one or more units, your estimated grades.

Please do not use UCAS abbreviationsFor I B Diplomas please state which level
Please do not use UCAS abbreviations

I declare that the information I have provided is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I acknowledge that if any of the statements are later found to be deliberately false or misleading then the Consolidated Charity of Burton upon Trent has the right to withdraw any bursary awarded and claim repayment of any monies paid under this scheme.