The Charles Wallace Trusts give grants towards the costs of fees and maintenance of PhD students from India, Pakistan, Burma and Bangladesh.

For more information, please contact the British Council offices in these countries, or visit the Charles Wallace Trusts website.

The four UK-registered Charles Wallace Trusts were established in 1981 with funds bequeathed by Charles Wallace, a British businessman and entrepreneur who flourished in India in the late 19th century and died in London in 1916, aged 60. After making provision for his family, he left his estate to be divided between the British Treasury and the Treasury of British India.

At a glance

  • Funding valueUp to £1,000
  • Suitable for Applicants fromRest of world
  • DeadlineOn going
  • Funding provider(s)The Charles Wallace Trusts

What it covers

Grants of up to £1,000 towards tuition fees or maintenance costs.

How to apply

To apply for a grant, please visit the Charles Wallace Trusts website, select your country and complete the online application form.