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Fund Update

The ‘Late Eighties Fund’ was established in 2011 by Members who matriculated between 1984 and 1990, to help students suffering from financial hardship. In 2013–14 £25,000 was disbursed as follows:

  • £15 750 as a contribution to the costs to the College of meeting its share of the Cambridge Bursaries for 63 students who are entitled to receive over £3000 each from the scheme (the maximum bursary available is £3500)
  • £5000 towards the full funding of an MPhil in English for a student who was an undergraduate at Emmanuel
  • £3814 in grants to help with vacation placements for 16 students. See, for example, Charlotte's report
  • £500 for a student reading Asian & Middle Eastern Studies to help with the costs of spending a compulsory year abroad in Morocco, including language school fees and the costs of travelling to hold interviews as part of dissertation research

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