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Academically accredited courses award

Get funding help for your academically accredited course from the CSP's Charitable Trust.

File 208681This fund only supports applications for national academically accredited or validated programmes, such as national vocational qualifications, BTEC awards, access and postgraduate courses. The fund does not support member costs towards undertaking part-time or full-time qualifying degrees in physiotherapy.

If you are unsure of a programme's eligibility please contact the programme provider or the awards administrator.

Applications for funding should normally be made in the year in which the programme is to be undertaken.

Applications can be made retrospectively, providing they are submitted by a deadline which falls within the same calendar year in which the programme has been completed.

Award amounts will be based on the amount of credit carried by the course. As a guide successful applicants would receive no more than:

  • £300 - for a 20 credit course
  • £600 - for a 40 credit course
  • £800 - for a 120 credit course
  • £1200 for a 180 credit course (MSc)
  • £1500 for a PhD

How to apply

There are two rounds of funding per year for this award - in the spring and autumn. Applications for this award are now open for Autumn 2018. The deadline for applications is Tuesday 4 September 2018 at 5pm.

File 198757Applications for Academically Accredited Courses awards are to be submitted through the CSP ePortfolio, a personal interactive online space specifically designed to support your continuing professional development (CPD), by the deadline date.

Access the ePortfolio through the link opposite. On the ePortfolio dashboard you can then access a link to the Learning Hub to access the Educational Awards information and application forms.

Other awards from the Charitable Trust

See more about the CSP Charitable Trust for information about financial assistance for your research project, conference presentation or student elective placement.


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Last reviewed

24 April 2018
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