The Foundation focuses on biological, chemical, botanical, and food science students/researchers, and exceptional candidates from language, music and art.
However, if an applicant is studying for a course that does not fall under the natural sciences, art, music or languages, but pursuing a module and/or project within the course that focuses on one of these subjects, they would be eligible to apply.
The Gen Foundation considers applicants living in all countries.
Student Grants/Research Grants - Who may apply?
To be eligible for a Gen Foundation grant, an applicant must study and/or research above subjects at Master, PhD level (Post graduate) or higher level.
The Foundation does not support undergraduates, short-term training, conferences, seminars, or thesis writing. Such applications will not be considered.
Applicants should hold a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent.
At the end of their studies, all successful applicants will be required to submit a report to the Trustees.
All potential candidates should be aware that the Gen Foundation grants are one-off, non-renewable awards.
The Gen Foundation Grants - Diversity Policy
The Foundation is committed to providing equal opportunities to all candidates. It is the policy of the Foundation not to discriminate against any candidate, whether it be on the grounds of:
The amount of each grant is based on the merits of each application, and is set at the Trustees' discretion.
Previous grants have ranged between £500 - £5,000.
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