New Grant Center makes applying for grants easier

We are pleased to announce the debut of the new Grant Center, formerly known as the grant application tool.

The new site has a fresh look and better organization. The grant application includes clearly defined steps so it’s easier for you to track your progress.

Learn more about grants and how to apply.

Rotary News

14-Dec-2016
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#1   Submitted By juliet Akuchie on 14-Dec-2016 04:57 pm

that's owesome

#2   Submitted By John Okoro on 14-Dec-2016 05:34 pm

this is a good way to get grants

#3   Submitted By Festus Amoyaw on 15-Dec-2016 10:47 am

New look and easy steps to get the application done.

#4   Submitted By Hilda Montrull on 16-Dec-2016 11:46 am

No puedo ingresar a mis Subvenciones me dice error usuario 1039995

que debo hacer 

#5   Submitted By Aloysius Purwa on 16-Dec-2016 03:12 pm

This is much easier to use. Thank you

#6   Submitted By Biliamin Sanni on 19-Dec-2016 02:21 am

This ia a welcome idea

#7   Submitted By Saúl Castillo G... on 19-Dec-2016 09:42 pm

Inicie una solicitud el pasado 23 de noviembre y hoy ya la terminé con el nuevo formato "Centro de Subvenciones", efectivamente es muy amigable y facil de rellenar los cuestionamientos, en algunos pocos casos creo que faltan alertas que nos indique que información es la que falta, que seguramente mejoraran con el uso y paso del tiempo. Felicidades.

#8   Submitted By Rubens Vito on 21-Dec-2016 07:15 pm

  Este novo formato seguramente está mais simples.

#9   Submitted By Deograsias Wegina on 2-Jan-2017 01:30 am

Please my account is locked, I am the President Rotary club of Musoma, District 9211.I would like to authorize GG1638740.

Yours in Rotary. 

Deograsias Wegina. 

#10   Submitted By Deograsias Wegina on 2-Jan-2017 02:12 am

Please my account is locked, I am the President Rotary club of Musoma, District 9211.I would like to authorize GG1638740.

Yours in Rotary. 

Deograsias Wegina. 

#11   Submitted By Raymond Hindolo... on 5-Jan-2017 09:12 am

I have been given an unconditional acceptance to study Conflict Resolution in the University of Bradfort in the academin year 2017-2018.

here is the comy of my acceptance letter

Your UB Number: 17001659
Dear Mr Margai
Offer Letter
Full-time MA Conflict Resolution
Start Date: 13 September 2017
End Date: 30 September 2018
Duration of course: 12 months
Expected graduation: December 2018
Faculty/School: Division of Peace Studies
Tuition fees: 2016/7: £14,140 2017/8: To be confirmed
Advanced Fee Payment required: 2016/7: 2,000 GBP 2017/8: To be confirmed

Thank you for your application for the above taught programme. I am pleased to confirm that the University is willing to offer you a place on this programme and the conditions of the offer are shown below:

Academic conditions:

There are no academic conditions relating to this offer
You will be contacted again with a formal offer letter which will include details of the student contract and the tuition fees agreed for the 2017/8 session once these have been approved.

Final confirmation of your place will be via a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS). This will consider issuing this once you have met all conditions and provided all the required information. You will require the CAS to apply for a student visa.

Candidates from outside the EU are guaranteed a place in University-owned or approved accommodation (single study bedroom suitable for unaccompanied students), should they wish to take it (if applications for accommodation are received before 15 August 2017). Please see our website for further details: www.bradford.ac.uk/accommodation . The University of Bradford provides an estimate of minimum recommended living allowances for a single student in the updated formal offer letter. However, the Home Office will REQUIRE you to provide proof of a MINIMUM of 9,135 GBP (current requirement) plus the tuition fees in order for you to be eligible for a student visa.

Please keep us up to date with any changes in your address by emailing admissions@bradford.ac.uk.

If you need any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us using the contact details below.

Yours sincerely

Claire Pryke
Head of Admissions,
UK and Eire Recruitment and Outreach

I really need scholarship to pursue this masters degree.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Thanks and I am grateful.

 

#12   Submitted By Kamwok G. Yibis on 7-Jan-2017 09:45 am

I have been offered adminssion in University of Dundee (Scotland) to read Masters in Social Research Methods for 2017/8 academic session.

See below the copy of my unconditional offer letter.

 

I will appreciate it if I am considered for your scolarship.


WW/GS/PGT Offer/AR_TADA_H020
CONTACT ADDRESS

MR KAMWOK GOTAR YIBIS
C/O COCIN LCC CHURCH DIYE TO-HORT
ZARMAGANDA JOS SOUTH LGA
PLATEAU STATE
NIGERIA PERMANENT ADDRESS

C/O COCIN LCC CHURCH DIYE TO-HORT
ZARMAGANDA JOS SOUTH LGA
JOS
NIGERIA

15 December 2016 UOD Student ID:170001284
Personal ID: 1123880911
Application ID : PG01
Unconditional Offer Letter
Dear Kamwok,
We are pleased to inform you that you have been made an offer to study on the following programme:
MSc Social Research Methods (UKPASS)
Pathway:
Course Code P038023
Start Date 04/Sep/2017
End Date 07/Sep/2018
Duration of Studies 12 month(s)
ATAS certificate required No

The tuition fee for 2017/8 is: GBP14950.00

Your offer is UNCONDITIONAL.

The total tuition fee for your programme is shown above.

Except in exceptional circumstances, it is not possible to defer an offer from one academic year to the next, although deferral within an academic session may be possible, if the programme has multiple start dates in the academic year.

Please note if the duration of your programme exceeds one full academic year, you (or your sponsor) will be required to pay tuition fees at the start of each academic year.
What you need to do next

If you have not already done so, please respond to this offer by logging on to your UKPASS account. You should see our decision against the programme shown above, then click either "Accept" or "Decline". If you have lost your UKPASS login details, please use the 'Forgotten your username/password' links on the UKPASS login page.
Paying Tuition Fees

Once you have accepted your offer and have satisfied any conditions listed, if you are not fully sponsored for fees, you should look at pre-paying your tuition fees in advance. See www.dundee.ac.uk/study/international/scholarships-fees/how-to-pay-tuitio... for instructions on how to pre-pay.

Our webpages have more information about fees and funding at www.dundee.ac.uk/study/scholarships-fees/
You are responsible for your own living expenses. These are likely to depend on personal circumstances and choice.
Please visit www.dundee.ac.uk/study/pg/scholarships-fees/living-costs/ for typical living costs. If you are not self-funded, it is in your interests to ensure that arrangements are confirmed with whoever is paying your fees at an early stage.
Visa Arrangements

If you accept your place at this University and require a UK visa, we will confirm what the next steps are in your Firm Acceptance letter. In order for the University to apply for a UKVI Tier 4 CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies) number on your behalf, you must:
• be unconditionally firmly accepted (UF) for your chosen programme
• have completed and submitted the University Previous Study in the UK form and uploaded:
o a scanned copy of your current passport, and
o if relevant, a scanned copy of any previous or current UK visas
• have paid (online) 50% of your tuition fee up front or provide an official sponsorship letter from a UKVI approved sponsor.

Only if you have secured sponsorship which covers FULL tuition fees will the 50% pre-payment of tuition fee be waived.

Our policy on Advance Payment can be found at :

http://uod.ac.uk/advancepayment

UKVI Regulations

UKVI policy is subject to change at any time. In particular, the English Language requirements are reviewed regularly by UKVI, so if these change during your admissions process then your current English Language qualifications may no longer be sufficient for entry to the UK. The University will notify you if any changes in UKVI regulations affect you. For guidance, please see the UKVI website

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/fil...
Accessing My Applications, My Dundee and your email account

You can access the My Applications portal, My Dundee and other University IT systems from our Applicant Dashboard: www.dundee.ac.uk/study/applicants/ using your IT login details below :

Username: KYIBIS

Pre-set password: you have already changed the pre-set password to your own password. If you have forgotten your password, please contact our UoD IT Service Desk (see details below).

If you experience any problems logging on please contact our IT Service Desk team between the hours of (UK time) 8:45am - 5pm Monday to Friday on +44 (0)1382 388000, or visit their website www.dundee.ac.uk/help4u/. If you need to reset your password, please fill out the Online Enquiry Form on their website and select the 'Applicant/External?' option in the 'Are you' section.

Remember to check your email and My Applications account regularly. My Dundee has an interactive discussion board where you can ask questions and get to know other applicants.
Help and Support

If you have any questions concerning your offer or any aspect of your application, please do not hesitate to contact us here in the Admissions Office. The best way to contact us is by using the 'ContactUs' button in My Applications. Click on the eVision icon on the Applicant Dashboard (www.dundee.ac.uk/study/applicants/) to access My Applications.

Alternatively you may find the University of Dundee website www.dundee.ac.uk/study a useful source of information.
Our Admissions Policy

Please take a look at our Admissions and Recruitment Policy and our Contextual Admissions Policy.
Yours sincerely

Mrs Gillian Sharp
Postgraduate Admissions and International Team Manager

Postgraduate Office
Admissions and Student Recruitment
University of Dundee
Dundee, DD1 4HN, UK

Tel +44 (0)1382 384384
Fax +44 (0)1382 388150
www.dundee.ac.uk/study/pg
postgrad-admissions@dundee.ac.uk

 

#13   Submitted By Elizabeth Ikemeier on 13-Jan-2017 09:23 pm

Please help me with my fincial difficulties

#14   Submitted By Brian Joakim on 14-Jan-2017 07:19 am

I find the new online Global Grant application form confusing, difficult to navigate time-consuming and inferior to the previous form. This is a retrograde step.

#15   Submitted By Peter Nyholm on 14-Jan-2017 12:58 pm

My problem is that I just can't find the New Grant Center. I stumbled on it and now can't find it.  My President can't find it either so he can't sign off on my interim report.  It needs clear links.  It needs to come up in search.  Thank you.

#16   Submitted By Nicholas Thompson on 17-Jan-2017 10:28 am

The new Grants Center is an improvement over what was there before but it's very difficult to find on the new Rotary.org website. Why isn't there a link to it on the first page one  comes to when selecting "My Rotary"?

#17   Submitted By Sabina Gärtner-... on 19-Jan-2017 01:26 am

Is there a possibility to see if a district and/or a club is qualified when I choose the international partners for a Global Grant? Could be a big and quick help.

 

Best regards

#18   Submitted By Raghurama Shetty S on 21-Jan-2017 10:49 pm

I had submitted Project of 'Waste management system' under global grant module for Uppunda Village under Club 21639(Byndoor Rotary). Is it approved?

#19   Submitted By Paul Thompson on 6-Mar-2017 09:48 am

I have wasted more time on this than anything else in my time in Rotary. For goodness sake update your documentation to show how to get to the new 'Grant Center'. This should have been done before the system was released.

As a former Information Systems Manager, I'm not interested mpressed.

President

Rotary Club of Abingdon Vesper

District 1090

#20   Submitted By Mark Wright on 22-Apr-2018 12:01 am

I'm trying to approve a grant application and can't find the grant center. Very frustrating.