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Travel and Study Awards for Graduates

The Keble Association Travel and Study Awards

The Keble Association is a registered charity, about which you can see more details on another link in this section.  It raises funds by voluntary subscriptions from former students to help current Undergraduate and Postgraduate students with one off grants for travel and study costs (as well as assistance for those in financial hardship).  Please refer to the KA page for details on how to apply.

The Faith Ivens-Franklin Travel Fund

The purpose of this fund is to assist current graduate students of the College to undertake travel in connection with their academic studies.  Funds are available to one or more graduate students up to the value of £2,000.00 in total; individual awards are generally around £300. The College Office will issue a call for applications early in Trinity Term, to be decided by mid-June.

College Graduate Study Support Fund

The College has a modest fund available to assist graduate students with their academic studies.  Students may apply for assistance for course-related equipment, fieldwork costs, attendance at relevant conferences (especially if a paper or poster is being presented), and visits to libraries or archives outside Oxford.  Applications should be sent with a letter of support from the student’s Supervisor or College Adviser.  Students will be expected to apply to parallel sources of funding, for instance from Divisions, Faculties, Departments, and from Research Council funds.

Applications for grants from the Fund may be made at any time (application form linked here), but must be made in advance; grants will not normally be awarded retrospectively.  The maximum sum awarded to any student will not normally exceed £350 in any academic year.  If you are in doubt about whether an application is appropriate, or the terms on which it should be made, please consult the Tutor for Graduates.