Madras College Endowment Trust
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Madras College (St Andrews) Trust Scheme 1968 originated from money bequeathed by Reverend Andrew Bell in 1831 and later structured into an Endowment Trust approved by Queen Victoria in 1888.

The Trustees make awards to Madras College for the general benefit of the pupils and finance prizes. Bursaries for up to four years are awarded annually to a small number of students (recommended by the school) going on to higher education. Travel grants are also available.

 

History of
the Trust

     
TRAVEL GRANTS for Gap Year/Summer Volunteering Students - up to £200 each    
     
Madras College Endowment Trust is offering up to three travel grants suitable for pupils of Madras College taking a 'gap year' or 'summer volunteering' before undertaking or on completion of their further education course.



Katherine O'Donnell - an ex-pupil took advantage of a travel grant to pay towards her gap year trip teaching in Malaysia. Read her letter of thanks to the Trustees and a newsletter about her trip.

Katherine's letter of thanks

 

Applications by 31st May to:

Mr Colin Mitchell
Chairman
Madras College Endowment Trust
Madras College
Kilrymont Road
ST ANDREWS
Fife KY16 8DE

Email: chwm@btconnect.com

 


Travel Grant Application Form
     
     

Madras College (St Andrews) Trust Scheme 1968 is a registered Scottish Charity, No SC 003982