Calling potential computing and maths teachers, Craftspersons and Danishly-curious postgrads! Time for a mini-roundup of funding opportunities…

Here comes the cash, though you may have to rassle the cat to get your paws on it. Fancy a challenge??

A cat rolling in a pile of paper money

Closing 12 February! QEST (Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust) fund the education and training of anyone wanting to improve their craft and trade skills. Awards between £5,000 and £18,000 dependent on need. Find out more at

Closing 23 February! British Federation of Women Graduates is offering awards for doctoral students from £1,000 to £6,000 in recognition of overall academic excellence. More info at

Closing 1 March! Interested in postgraduate study/research at an HEI in Denmark? The Anglo Danish Society offers scholarships to help you make it happen (and also scholarships for Danish nationals to study in the UK, if you know anyone who might be interested. More info at

Closing 15 April! The idealo Scholarship for Pioneers of Tomorrow awards 10 scholarships with a total value of almost £80,000. Each of the 10 recipients will receive financial support to the tune of £650 a month for a whole year to put towards their studies. More info at

Closing when they feel like it (!!) £27,500 scholarships for trainee Computing teachers from the Chartered Institute of IT (confusingly known as BCS for short). Application process also includes an assessment centre, which strikes us as plain mean, but we can help you prep for this. More info on scholarships at

Also closing when they’ve got enough applicants – Maths Teacher Training Scholarships worth £22k from the Department for Education. Open to first degree grads and postgrad grads (if that makes sense). More info at

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Paul Rothwell • 26/01/2018

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