Undergraduate Academic Grants are available to undergraduates to assist with expenditure on projects related to academic work. The total amount per student is £500 over the length of the undergraduate course.
Applications are made by filling in the General Academic Grant Form available on the College’s Sharepoint site (log in here).
Grants for courses taken at the Language Teaching Centre
If a course at the Language Teaching Centre directly relates to an undergraduate’s academic course of study, the subject tutor can recommend that it be funded by the College. The Senior Tutor will then authorise payment of the full course fees by the College.
If undergraduates wish to follow a course at the Language Teaching Centre which is not directly related to their academic course of study, they may apply to Grants Committee for a grant towards half the fees. Please note that such a grant must fall within the student’s maximum entitlement for any academic grants.
All applications for language-learning grants must be sent to email@example.com
Grants for examinations in 9th week for students living on site
Students taking their first- and second-year examinations in 9th Week of Hilary and Trinity Terms, and who live on site, will be given a grant to cover their room rental for the period up to and including the night of their last examination. There is no form to complete; the Undergraduate Administrator notifies the Bursary on your behalf and the appropriate amount will be credited to your battels.
Book Grants of up to £50 per year are available to all undergraduates on a ‘matched’ basis, i.e. students must produce receipts totalling £100 to be eligible to receive the maximum amount of £50 from the College. Application forms are on the College’s Sharepoint site (log in here).
The Lingen Fund
Some funds are available for students studying Classics to go abroad to research. Students who are eligible should discuss their application with the Fellow and Tutor in Classics, Dr Gail Trimble.
Modern Languages – Year Abroad Fund
Students spending a year abroad can apply to the Modern Languages tutors for a small grant to help with the expenses involved in attendance at a language course abroad. They should discuss this with Professor Jonathan Mallinson or Dr Maria Blanco.
Levine Bursaries for undergraduates
If you are not eligible for an Oxford Opportunity Bursary (OOB), or if your OOB entitlement does not fully meet your financial needs, you may apply for a Levine Bursary on admission to Trinity. In most years, the College offers a number of Levine Bursaries (value £1,000-£3,000 each) to incoming undergraduate students with some financial need. The bursaries will be awarded for the normal length of the degree course, subject to continuing satisfactory academic progress and no material change in financial circumstances.
The Levine Bursaries are generously funded by Peter Levine and an anonymous Old Member of the College.
Further details can be obtained from the Estates Bursar, firstname.lastname@example.org.