Bursaries

Receive help with your finances by applying for a bursary

We offer bursaries for a range of courses to students who meet certain eligibility criteria including background, personal circumstances and low-income household status.

Read on for details of bursaries which are currently available. If you would like more help or advice, please see our fees and funding area or get in touch with our applicant support team.

Bursaries for students on our course, Emotional care of babies, children, young people and families (EC1)

The purpose of this bursary, which can be awarded to two students, is to support widening access to this course for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic students who are at the early stages of exploring or developing a professional career working with children, young people or families.


Bursaries for students on our course, Child, adolescent and family mental wellbeing: multidisciplinary practice (D24)

We are offering four bursaries to students who identify as Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic and who plan to start our postgraduate certificate in London from September 2022. Each bursary will cover half (50%) of the cost of the fees.

Applications for this bursary are now closed.


Bursaries for students on our ‘Consulting and leading in organisations: psychodynamic and systemic approaches’ courses

Two fully funded places are available for suitable candidates wishing to study on either the face-to-face Consulting and leading in organisations: psychodynamic and systemic approaches (D10) or online-only Consulting and leading in organisations: psychodynamic and systemic approaches (ED10) courses, starting in September 2022. The award includes mentoring support, as well as a fully funded place for the two years of the course.

Applications for this bursary are now closed.


Bursaries for students on our ‘Foundations of psychodynamic psychotherapy’ courses (D58 and BD58) course

Two fully funded bursaries are available for suitable candidates wishing to study on either the face-to-face Foundations of psychodynamic psychotherapy (D58) or blended evening Foundations of psychodynamic psychotherapy (BD58) courses, starting in September 2022. The award includes mentoring support, as well as a fully funded place for the two years of the course.

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