Providing support for students in Theology and Religion

A project by: University of Exeter

Ensuring students get the most from their degree, free from financial hardship

With the cost of living increasing, students find themselves faced with ever-growing demands on their finances. This can create barriers which prevent them from pursuing their interests to the full, especially for those from disadvantaged backgrounds, who often end up taking on significant amounts of paid employment alongside their degrees.

This fund will help students in Theology and Religion deal with costs related to their studies, including buying books, going on field trips or undertaking research activities for dissertations. Its aim is to ensure that no student finds themselves unable to get the most out of their degree due to financial hardship.

For that reason it will be administered by the personal tutors in the subject and will provide grants of various sizes to those in need, responding quickly to urgent requests.