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Important information for members of the University on how Brexit will affect them can now be found on a new dedicated website.
The University holds a range of funds, including government funds, to support postgraduate (Advanced) students with financial problems and to support those who need additional support because of disability or because they are a parent of a young child, for example.
Departments and research groups may also have funds to help students who are over-running their PhD: you should speak to your supervisor as soon as you believe that you may find yourself in this situation.
In the College, you should talk to your Tutor about how your problems may be solved. Possible sources of help include the College Hardship Funds, which are administered by the Endowment Grants Committee.
The College has limited funds for this purpose and so help can only be given to those who find themselves in financial difficulty because of an unforeseeable change in circumstances.
For students presenting research at a conference, and for Medical Electives, please download the application form.
Advanced Students can also apply for College grants from the Small Grants fund, Tizard fund and the Masters' and Fellows' Opportunities Funds.