Student Opportunities and Development Fund
This fund provides one off financial contributions of up to £500 to support, enhance and develop student-led projects. However, additional funding may be considered for exceptional circumstances.
Applications are open 19 August – 5pm, 30 November and 11 January – 5pm, 1 March. However, they may close early should allotted funds for each Semester be granted.
This is a new fund and replaces the: Activities Development Fund, Social Enterprise Fund, Peer Learning and Support Fund, and Volunteering Impact Fund. Activities that would have been supported by these previously are eligible to apply. Please read the guidelines and criteria carefully.
Read the Student Opportunities and Development Fund Terms and Conditions here.
Student Opportunities and Development Fund Checklist
Student Opportunities and Development Fund FAQs
The Global Fund provides small grants ranging from £30 to £200 to support student-led activities, events and projects on campus. The Fund aims to:
- Celebrate the diversity of cultures at the University of Edinburgh
- Promote integration between home and international students
- Encourage conversations on global issues and support global citizenship
- Create an international community on campus
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact email@example.com
Social Responsibility and Sustainability Student Project Grant
We’ve teamed up with the University’s Department for Social Responsibility and Sustainability to provide this grant to support student-led projects which focus on sustainability and social responsibility. This year’s application deadline was 10 November 2017.
The Social Responsibility and Sustainability Student Project Grant provides small amounts of funding (up to £500) to support student-led projects focusing on sustainability and social responsibility such as:
- Energy and carbon
- Fair trade
- Food and drink
- Resource efficiency
- Sustainability in learning and teaching
- Sustainable travel
Do you believe the Students' Association should make a statement of principle on an issue relating to students? Do you have an idea for a campaign or project that you think EUSA should run? Do you need funding for your own campaign?
If yes, then you should submit a proposal to Student Council!