The University of Salford has funding to support students wishing to undertake an international visit or project. The award will support travel to the following countries, preferably at a Santander University Partner.
Applications will be accepted from all current University of Salford students (including final year undergraduate students, postgraduate students and international students). We are particularly interested in students or groups of students who have encountered barriers to study before and during their study at the University and can demonstrate how this will benefit themselves and the University.
The programme offers awards of £500, £1,000 & £5,000.
To apply for funding applicants must submit an online application detailing their project and the need for funding, criteria will be checked and a judging panel will determine if funding is awarded.
Please note all applications will be considered after the closing date, there will be an initial shortlisting round before applications are revived at the assessment panel, only the top scoring applications will get through to the panel. Due to the competitive nature and amount of applications received in-depth feedback cannot always be provided.
Applications Open: Friday 12th January 2018 (Round Two)
Applications Close: Friday 6th April 2018 (Round Two)
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All applications will be reviewed by a committee who will make awards based on the following criteria:
Funding can be used for travel (economy only), accommodation, subsistence and other necessary costs for an overseas visit.
There is no set format for your visit/project and examples of activity that could be funded include:
Volunteering and Internships – Students are encouraged to consider international internships / volunteering projects that link to career ambitions. We are keen to support projects that also benefit the wider University community. All successful students will be expected to:
All Santander Award recipients are required to participate fully in the University's donor engagement activity as and when requested to do so. This includes, but is not limited to providing reports or updates (including photos if appropriate) on the project or work undertaken when requested by a member of University staff, which may then be included in University communications as appropriate; attending donor thank you events (usually one or two a year) when requested by University staff; allowing details such as your name, course, project and expected year of graduation to be included in public University communications.
Please also note that all successful Santander Universities award recipients must sign an award acceptance agreement prior to awards being confirmed, and agree to some personal information linked to or submitted as part of their application being shared with Santander Universities (a full explanation of this policy is contained in the award acceptance agreement).
Please ensure that you discuss your application with your programme leader, school office, supervisor or line manager. If your application is shortlisted for consideration by the grants panel, a reference will be sought from one of your referees.
For more information book a 1 to 1 appointment or to discuss your application further or contact The Enterprise Team: firstname.lastname@example.org.