Anglo-Jewish Association

Level of Study: Any Postgraduate
Subject area: Arts and Law, Engineering and Physical Sciences, Life and Environmental Sciences, Medical and Dental Sciences, Social Sciences
Nationality: EU, Overseas (Non-EU), UK
Type of Award: Charity/Trust
Deadline for applying: 30/04/2014

Award Description

Dispersing substantial funds annually, the AJA is one of the largest grant making organisations directly supporting Jewish students in the UK. For 2014/15 application forms please visit the AJA website. Advice and assistance with the completion of the forms is available by contacting the AJA.

In 2007, the AJA took over the administration of applications for financial assistance from the Stuart Young Foundation. The AJA also works with Finnart, an educational charity supporting Jewish undergraduates in financial need at universities in the UK. Information about how to apply to Finnart is available on their website.

Please note that it is possible to submit separate applications to the AJA, the Stuart Young Foundation and Finnart. There are separate application forms for each. Please email the AJA for advice about the scholarships and assistance with the completion of the application forms. The applicaitons must arrive by 30 April preceeding the commencement of the academic year for which the grant is requested, at the latest.

Value of Award

Grants of £500 per year are available for Jewish students studying at UK universities.

Eligibility Criteria

The Anglo-Jewish Association provides financial assistance to Jewish students in financial need studying for full-time degrees at universities in the United Kingdom.

Through its management of a number of educational Trusts, the AJA offers bursaries and scholarships to students wishing to study in a number of specific fields, such as medicine and science, as well as more general areas of study.

For full eligibility guidelines and futher information please visit the Association's website: http://www.anglojewish.org.uk/

How to Apply

Application forms are available on the AJA website: http://www.anglojewish.org.uk/