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A facilitator that can help individuals and organisations involved in UK farming and food to find funding from a wide range of charities.
Information on grants, finance and loans, business support and funding for start-ups.
The Science Media Centre (SMC) is an independent press office for science, providing the national news media with access to the best science when stories hit the headlines. There are relatively few veterinary scientists and experts on the SMC list, so do consider signing up. The SMC is completely independent (it has a wide range of funders) and gives excellent support and training to those who sign up to its database.
For an excellent general guide to undergraduate fees and further links to sources of funds.
An annually updated guide to student finance.
Written by vets for vets and vet nurses, here you can find information and support spanning a range of common issues such as mental health, professional conduct, employment and debt. VetLife also provides a 24/7 Helpline, a Health Support Programme and financial support to veterinary surgeons and their families. Over the past decade, RCVS Knowledge has added its support (£65,000) to initiatives investigating mental health issues, and permanent support services such as Vet Helpline.
You may also want to browse through other groups of funders, as follows: