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Educational grants

These grants are available for further education.

Harold and Joyce Charles Trust Fund

The objective of the Trust is the advancement of the education of graduate students so they may gain a further degree qualification, for the benefit of the public generally and the residents of the area of benefit ie the geographic area administered by Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council and the City and County of Swansea.

Applications are invited from residents of the area of benefit.

Residents are defined as:

  • Persons resident during term time only (ie students attending an institute in the area)
  • Persons resident outside of term time only (ie students attending an institute outside the area)
  • Graduates normally resident in the area

In order to be eligible for funding students must be:-

  • Resident in the area (as outlined above)
  • Undertaking a further degree
  • Not in receipt of funding from any other awarding body

Application forms are available from:

Director of Education, Leisure and Lifelong Learning
School and Family Support Team
Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council
Civic Centre
Port Talbot
SA13 1PJ

Requests should be marked "Harold and Joyce Charles Trust Fund"and be accompanied by a stamped address envelope.

The closing date for applications is 31 May of each year.


Swansea Educational Trust Funds

Thomas and Elizabeth Williams Scholarships (Loughor School District)

Swansea Foundation and Swansea Further Education Trust Fund

Applications  are  invited for assistance  to  pursue full-time higher  degree courses  (not  including  PhD's)  from  graduates  and  persons  possessing professional or technical qualifications equivalent to a first degree.

To be eligible for consideration for The Thomas and Elizabeth Williams Scholarship applicants must have been resident within the area comprising the former Borough of Loughor for at least two years immediately preceding the date of application for a scholarship OR educated at an establishment within the area of the former Borough of Loughor for a minimum of two years at any time prior to the date of application for a scholarship. 

To be eligible for the Swansea Foundation Trust and Swansea Further Education Trust Applicants must be resident of, or educated in, the City and County of Swansea.

Applicants will be matched to the Trust(s) appropriate to the details provided on the application.

The closing date for applications is 31 August each year.

Further information is available by contacting Spencer Martin on 

Partnership, Performance and Commissioning Team, Civic Centre, Swansea, SA1 3SN.

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