CWIT enables early to mid-career practitioners to develop their knowledge, skills and experience via the scholarships. These grants are extremely competitive and only a handful of candidates will be awarded scholarships each year. The Scholarships are usually for a full-time MA course (maximum 1 year) in a UK university in the field of arts or Heritage conservation.
The CWIT grant covers the living costs and course fees in the UK. CWIT will also contribute GBP 600 towards your international travel; you must have resources to meet all other costs e.g, UK visas, insurances and any domestic travel within India, CWIT does not support two-year courses.
Oxford - Charles Wallace India Trust Scholarships, for more information please visit CWIT website.
This fund is very competitive. Applicants with secured place at UK university will be eligibale to apply. Applicants who have been awarded a confirmed place by a UK university, will be shortlisted and interviewed. You can contact your UK university after they have confimed a place and ask for a defferal (1 year). After that you can apply for CWIT schoalrships in winter 2024 for a scholarship or seek grant funding from elsewhere, however please note there is no guarantee that your application to CWIT will be sucessful in the next funding round because we receive more requests than we can support.
For application guidelines and the latest information, please refer to the CWIT website.
Applications for Long term grants for academic year 2024-25 are Open from 1st October 2023, last date to apply 14 January 2024, 23:59hrs (GMT).
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