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Last Updated on : 5th October 2023

We are delighted to announce the launch of the 2023 Bursary & Scholarships talks programme, where leading independent schools explain the fee assistance that’s available.

And hear from experts such as The Good Schools Guide on exactly how to apply for a bursary or scholarship.

There is no better place to find out if fee assistance could transform your child’s education.

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Find out what’s available

It used to be difficult to find out about the financial support offered by independent schools. No longer. The Bursary & Scholarships talks programme, supported by The Times & Sunday Times, aims to make it easy for parents to find out what’s available.

Leading independent schools will be giving parents answers to the key affordability questions:

  • Would your family qualify for fee assistance?
  • How to apply?
  • When to submit your application?

Hear from London schools such as St Paul’s Girls, Reigate Grammar, St Paul’s, Latymer Upper, DLD and top boarding schools such as Millfield, Christ’s Hospital, Sevenoaks and Malvern College.

Find out how means-testing works in practice

Find out:

  • What happens when you apply for a bursary?
  • What information will you be required to provide?
  • How intrusive are the background checks on your family finances?

Tickets are £15. Advance tickets are FREE.

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