How to apply

If you are applying for a Finnart Scholarship, please first check your eligibility:

1) Are you Jewish? (you have to have Jewish parents, a Jewish mother or evidence of conversion by a Rabbinic authority).  You will be asked to provide proof.

2) Is the college/university course you want to pursue at a UK institution?  (Foreign study is not funded, except if it is part of a UK university course.)

3) Does it end in a recognised qualification?  It may be a degree or diploma, but must be from a recognised institution. (Ask us at if you are unsure)

4) Are you under 21 at the time of starting the course of study?

5) Are you eligible for UK home fees?  We do not provide funding for international students.

6) Are you in financial need?  Finnart scholarships are means tested.  (Usually the family income will be below the national average and there may be several dependents)  You will be required to provide information on your family income and savings.

If the answer to all the above is “Yes” and you will be applying for Autumn 2023 you can download the Finnart House Scholarship Application Pack which is in an Adobe Acrobat file.   Please print and return the completed documents by 30 April, at the very latest.  The forms are also available by post or email and from headteachers and 6th form heads at schools.  Applicants will be notified during June, whether an award has been made, or not.

Finnart Forms
For your application form simply fill in your name and e-mail address below. NB: You will require Adobe Acrobat. If you do not have Adobe, please click here to install it.

If you experience any difficulty downloading the Application Pack, please click here and fill in an enquiry form.

First Name

For information about the availability of School Hardship Funds, Other grants or for any other information please contact us by email, telephone, or letter.

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