We are delighted that we've been award Turing Scheme funding for the third year running and will be able to support more students to gain an international experience during 2023-2024.
Turing Scheme funding can be accessed by students who are taking part in shorter term (minimum 28 days) activities including summer schools, international internships and volunteering abroad. These programmes can take place anywhere in the world.
Please note, we have limited funding and students will need to apply for the funding and are advised to read the eligibility criteria below before submitting their application. Applications will open towards the end of the Autumn 2023 term, and you can read more about how to apply below.
Turing Scheme funding is considered a general contribution to cost of living and travel costs, therefore students should budget accordingly based on their destination and duration of their programme. We hope that this funding can help to provide life changing opportunities to students and additional support is available for students from a widening participation background.
There are no maximum number of placements a single student can undertake. Therefore you can apply for funding for a summer abroad programme as well as being eligible for study abroad year funding or future summer programme funding. In this case, the durations of the placements must not overlap (as this would result in dual funding). If you have any queries on this please email email@example.com
Applications for summer 2024 are now open. Applications can be made using the portal link below.
We are operating rolling deadlines on the following dates:
At each deadline all completed applications will be considered. Please ensure that you have confirmed your programme and programme dates before you apply.
If you have any questions during your application, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org