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Pembroke

Support available to all students

Graduate students are eligible for a number of other grants, along with undergraduates.  These include book grants, help with language costs, music and sports awards.  There are special forms for book grants and sports awards.  For the others, you should apply on the standard College grant form.  For all academic projects and travel it is necessary for your Research Supervisor as well as your Graduate Tutor to complete the relevant section of the form.  For music and other non-academic awards it is only necessary to get your Tutor’s support.

Students are eligible for all the awards in this section as long as they are continuing their course after the specific project, which requires funding, has been completed.

Please note that, whatever their standard of achievement, individuals will not receive grants for any extra-curricular activities if they are in serious academic or disciplinary difficulty.

In this section

All students are eligible for a book grant (max. £75/year) towards relevant course books. The grant covers the full cost...
The College will contribute 50% the cost of a language course for non-linguists provided by the University language centre. Payment...
Grants for Music Lessons Serious musicians who are committed to public performance may receive help with the cost of music...
Grants are awarded to sports men or women for participation either at University level, or at an equivalent or higher...
The college encourages high-level public participation and performance in other spheres, for example in debating competitions, poetry reading, acting or...
The College and the Pembroke Players work together to provide support for undergraduates to travel to participate in drama at...
Counselling provision for all students in the University is provided via the University Counselling Service . The Service offers individual...
There are a large number of university funds and charities designed to help students pursue their studies. When the College...