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If you work with school students, undergraduates, graduates and people in training to advise them on money available to help with their study or research needs, this guide is your one-stop-source for up-to-date information. The Guide to Educational Grants contains over 1,000 sources of non-statutory financial help for people in education, offering a total of around £50 million each year to the people you work with. The guide is separated into entries for each fund, and indexed to help you find the funds most relevant to those you work with. You can move to information you need quickly and easily. Plus, this guide contains application advice from the grant-makers themselves. Who should buy this book? Anyone working with students and helping them to find funds including: educational social workers, student welfare/finance officers, teachers and advice agencies including careers advisers, as well as the individuals themselves and their families. The book does not include sources of funds solely for postgraduate study.
|Author||ZAGNOJUTE, Gabriele & HUYTON, Jodie|
|Date Published||6 Apr 2016|
|Publisher||Directory Of Social Change|