The scholarship enables students aged 12 – 21 take approved courses and educational activities abroad, particularly when there's a benefit to the community they are visiting. Students are expected to be a resident abroad for at least 1 month.
Favorable treatment will be given to those applications where the benefit to the community you are visiting is clearly demonstrated. After the visit, scholarship holders will be expected to submit a brief report (approximately 1000 words) to the Foundation Governors.
Awards are made to individual students (not to groups) and normally range from £100 to £500 depending on the length of stay and where the student is visiting.
Travel Scholarship Letter (PDF)