Financial Support

This page lists all the financial support that is available to current Balliol students. Please use the filters to find the support for which you may be eligible. For contacts and other information relating to finances, please see this page.

A graduate scholarship that enables a suitable graduate student to work as an intern at the Bodleian Library.
A University programme of financial support for new UK undergraduate students from low-income backgrounds. This award was previously known as the Mortiz-Heyman Scholarship.
Modest grants to assist Balliol students of any subject with foreign language courses taken at the University Language Centre.
Childcare bursaries available to children at the Balliol Day Nursery whose parents are Balliol students.
Grants to Balliol students for special academic purposes, such as medical electives and modern languages year abroad.
A number of regional alumni groups in the UK and overseas make awards to students from their area currently studying at Oxford.
Grants for undergraduates taking part in projects that aim to have a positive impact on individuals, communities, or society in general.
Bursaries to assist past or present Balliol students who have a place on the TeachFirst training programme.
Grants to support projects such as travel for research, internships and academic-related projects.
Small grants to undergraduates who are undertaking academic study during the vacation, to help with living costs.