Travel and Hardship Funds
The information on this page concerns sources of funding from the History Department only. For other sources of funds, see the main UCL Current Students website.
If you have any queries about the funds described below, please contact the Departmental Administrator in the first instance.
The department is sometimes able to make small grants to students in cases of hardship, thanks to the generosity of the History Alumni Association. Students experiencing difficulties should contact the the Departmental Tutor in the first instance.
Departmental Travel and Training Funds for All students
The department has two funds, which provide grants to students to enable them to make study trips abroad.
The Sir William Meyer Fund offers a small number of Travelling Studentships worth a minimum of £150 to undergraduates for travel in order to undertake research for long essays in topics related to European History or the History of India. Apply in writing on one side of A4 to the Head of Department by the deadline, 31 January 2013. Please note that email applications will not be accepted.
The Ancient Near East Travel Fund makes available sums of up to £400 to support programmes of study travel relating to the study of the Ancient Near East. Applications should be made in writing to the Head of Department and should include a statement of the intended programme and costs. The deadline is 31 January 2013. Successful applicants will be expected to submit a report when they return. Please note that email applications will not be accepted.
For details of the College’s Expeditions and Travel Fund see www.ucl.ac.uk/expeditions.
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