Training Open days Funding HDS is not able to offer funded places on any course except the clinical training in Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (CAP) which is delivered in partnership with NHS Education for Scotland. For students pursing other courses of study, possible sources of bursaries are: The Sutherland Trust The Sutherland Trust exists to stimulate thinking about psychodynamic approaches to health, social care and education. Visit their website: http://www.sutherlandtrust.org.uk/awards/ The Guntrip Trust The Trust offers financial support to people in religious vocations. Visit their website: http://www.guntriptrust.com/ Local Rotary Club or other charitable organisations may be able to help: Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland Each year, The Rotary Foundation gives $70 million worth of grants to Rotary clubs throughout the world for humanitarian projects, vocational training and scholarships in Rotary’s cause areas. Visit their website: https://www.rotarygbi.org/ Funding Scotland A directory of grant giving bodies dealing mainly with organisations but some may award grants to individuals. Visit their website: http://fundingscotland.com Other possible funding help: FindAMasters funding guide FindAMasters is a directory of Masters degrees and postgraduate qualifications at universities around the world. Visit their website: https://www.findamasters.com/funding/guides/postgraduate-loans-scotland.aspx Your employer Students’ employers often contribute to fees. Each employer will have their own process for applying for support. Speak to your manager or HR department. The HDS bursary scheme This applies to students on the Therapeutic Work with Children and Young People (TWCYP) course only. The scheme is not open to students pursing other courses of study. Bursaries, if granted, will be a small contribution towards tuition fees and will not cover the full amount of any module fee. Discounts may be available if you take the full 3 modules in one year. Eligible students are those who are already studying on the course, or have accepted an offer of a place. To apply, write to us at the address below setting out: What contribution to the fees you can make yourself Why you need financial support How the support will help you in your career longer term What alternatives you have explored and with what outcome Write to us at: Bursary applications Human Development Scotland 142 West Nile Street, Glasgow G1 2RQ Or email [email protected] with ‘Bursary Application’ in the subject line of your message. You many also be interested in: At a glance: courses, prospectus, fees & applications Why choose HDS? What is the psychodynamic approach?