Thank you for your interest in applying for a grant from The Cross Trust. The Trust’s website (www.thecrosstrust.org.uk) contains information on the Trust and our work as well as setting out our eligibility rules.
Important: Before filling out the form below, take a moment to read the following notes.
• According to our rules, applicants must be of Scottish birth or parentage, “young, of merit, in financial need and wishing to extend the boundaries of their knowledge of human life.”
• You should carefully read the Regulations and Guidance Notes for Award which are available on the Trust’s website. These will help you with your application.
• Please answer all questions as fully as possible in order to help your application.
• Once you have fully completed the form, you should send it to a Referee (or your Dean for Medical Electives if applying for Medical Elective Studies) who is asked to complete Section 2 before sending the form back to the Trust.
• If you are sending a hard copy please attach a passport-style photo, and a stamped addressed envelope for your referee to send on The CrossTrust. If you are sending the application electronically please save the application form as “surnamefirstname.pdf” (e.g. CrossAlexander.pdf) and attach an electronic passport-style photo, which must be less than 300KB, and name the file as “surnamefirstname.jpg” (e.g. CrossAlexander.jpg).
• If you have any difficulty completing the form, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01738 620451
NB: If you are applying for a John Fife Travel Award, please use the separate application form available on the Trust’s website.
The Trustees meet several times each year to decide on the many applications they receive. Please refer to our website for a note of the various deadlines. Once you have fully completed the form, you should send it to a Referee (or your Dean for Medical Electives if applying for Medical Elective Studies) who is asked to complete Section 2 before sending the form back to the Trust. A description of the section goes here.