The RSC has a wide variety of funding available to members and non-members (dependent on scheme). Use the links on this page to find out more information on the funding offered and how to apply.
£25,000 RSC bursary to become a chemistry teacher
Grants available to RSC member groups to promote chemical science
Available for international collaborative research or RSC scientific meetings
The Research Fund provides up to £4000 for those at a university or college to purchase chemicals and/or equipment.
Funding provided by the Analytical Chemistry Trust Fund
Used to support curriculum development in higher education
RSC Bursaries for student and young members
Science journalism work experience
Support activities promoting the public awareness of chemistry and the chemical sciences
Funding available from RSC Divisions
Opportunities for funding provided by the RSC's Scientific Divisions (i.e. excluding the Education Division and the Industry and Technology Division).
Funds from RSC Divisions to support activities run by their members
Support for PhD students and post-doctoral researchers to attend conferences and workshops that will benefit them professionally
Funding available from RSC Interest Groups.
Student Bursaries awarded to give financial assistance for them to attend the groups scientific meetings
Members of ASG who have been in industry for less than five years, may apply for travel bursaries
Administered by the British Carbon Group.
BMCS offer a number of educational grant schemes which fund a number of small educational projects in schools and colleges.
The Student Bursary Scheme provides financial support to promising postgraduate students to attend a major electrochemistry conference abroad.
Bursaries are available at the Trustees' discretion to support postgraduate students.
Travel bursaries for student members of the Particle Characterisation Interest Group.
The Polymer Physics Group is able to make a limited number of awards towards the costs of Research Students' participation in conferences in the UK and abroad
Funds are available to support students who wish to attend scientifically important conferences
Travel bursaries for student members of the Particle Characterisation Group.
The Water Science Forum Committee wanted to commemorate Alan's work in a way that would reflect many of the things that he was trying to achieve.
Administered by the Formulation Science and Technology Group.
Funds are available to promote radiochemistry by encouraging young scientists to discuss and disseminate their work during their radiochemistry training period
Non RSC Funding
There are seven research councils responsible for promoting and supporting basic, strategic and applied research for the UK
Funds available for attendance at a conference related to colloid and surface science
Information for international students wishing to study in the UK
Including the Wellcome Trust and Nuffield Foundation