The creation of more scholarships will create greater equal opportunity for students from all sorts of backgrounds to have access to the world-class education offered by The Courtauld. Scholarships also reduce the burden of debt from students whose families haven’t the means to support them through further education.”

Jessica Devoy, (BA 2007) scholarship supporter


Our supporters play a vital role in the success of The Courtauld, and are at the heart of our activities. The Development Department is committed to building close relationships with all those who provide grants and support and, through a dedicated keyworker, ensuring that supporters are kept in touch with the particular activities to which they are contributing. Supporters also receive public acknowledgement and are offered opportunities for involvement. 

Named Scholarships (5,000+pa)

Acknowledgements

  • Named scholarship for the period of your gift;

  • Acknowledgment on Courtauld public print eg the Newsletter (twice yearly) and Annual Review;

  • Named acknowledgement on the scholar’s curriculum vitae;

  • Named acknowledgement on The Courtauld Institute of Art website;

  • Featured article in The Courtauld Scholarship Newsletter


Donor Involvement

Follow the progress of your scholar

  • Meet your scholar (121 upon request) ;

  • Receive a personal letter from your scholar at the beginning of the academic year;

  • Receive a year-end report from both your scholars and their tutors;

  • Receive an invitation to the Annual Scholarship Reception event for scholars and donors


For Gifts of £100 per annum  (or more)

We gratefully acknowledge all scholarship donors through the Annual Fund in The Courtauld News and the new annual Scholarship Fund Report once a year.



Endowment donors

Endowment major gifts are discussed on an individual basis with donors


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