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Thomas & Margaret Roddan Trust


The Thomas and Margaret Roddan Trust offers bursaries of £500-£3000 to students experiencing financial hardship. As a University of Glasgow student, you are eligible to apply if you have your ordinary residence in Scotland or outside the United Kingdom, and are either an undergraduate in your second year or above, or a postgraduate pursuing a taught or a research degree.


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£500-£3000 Bursaries

How to apply

Please complete the application form, financial and personal statements, indicating how the bursary would help you achieve your career goals. See Thomas & Margaret Roddan Trust for more details.

Completed applications for the College of Arts students ONLY should be sent to the Graduate School at gradschool.arts@glasgow.ac.uk by the closing date, Friday, 18 May 2018