These grants are particularly aimed at members and attenders gaining further or higher education to equip themselves to serve society and/or Quakers in Britain.
To apply you should be a mature student or graduate, either in membership of Britain Yearly Meeting or an attender of at least five years. You should be in need of financial support to take the course.
The course should be offered at a reputable institution within the UK.
How to applyApplications for 2022–23 are now open and will close on 30 April 2022.
Download the guidance, letters for referees, and application form. Please read the guidance before submitting your application.
- Adult Education Grant application form 2022 (Word)
- Adult Education Grant guidelines 2022 (PDF)
- Adult Education Grant tutor reference request 2022 (Word)
- Adult Education Grant Quaker reference request 2022 (Word)