Radcliffe-Brown and Firth Trust Funds for Social Anthropological Research is exclusively open to students associated with British or Commonwealth universities are who have nearly completed their theses. This is a research funding program. The area of the research must be Anthropological subject.
The aim of the awards, which are jointly funded by the Association of Social Anthropologists (ASA) and the RAI, is to help young scholars in social anthropology who are handicapped by lack of funds to work towards the completion of research upon which they have already embarked.
Grants of up to £750 from the Fund are made at Trustees’ meetings twice a year.
Level and Area of Studies
Research program in Anthropological field.
Place of study
At any British or Commonwealth University.
Eligibility and Requirement
Only students associated with British or Commonwealth universities are eligible, and only applicants who have nearly completed their theses are likely to be successful.
Please see the detail guidance at the link below.
30 April and 30 November each year.