Trinity Language Access Fund: Supporting Ukrainian Nationals

1 Apr 2022

At Trinity College London we remain deeply concerned by the scale of the war in Ukraine, and the devastating impact it has had on every family.

There are now an estimated 4 million Ukrainian refugees who have fled to neighbouring countries, and to other parts of the world.  These people, predominantly women and children, have an immediate need for food and shelter, but as they settle into new communities, they will also need to find work, and help their children get back into school.

After an internal consultation with Trinity staff, and in an effort to support those affected by the war, we are pleased to introduce an additional and extended round of the Trinity Language Access Fund.

The Trinity Language Access Fund has been developed to provide English language training and examination grants for those who experience barriers to learning due to race inequality, settlement status, special needs, disability and more. We have made a commitment to substantially increase the fund, and to create a special application round that will award grants for English language learning projects that are specifically focused on supporting Ukrainian nationals.

Teachers and organisations working with Ukrainian learners anywhere in the world are encouraged to apply for funding to help with the costs of English lessons, equipment, materials or exams.

For further information about the Trinity Language Access Fund: Support for Ukrainian Nationals, and details on how to submit an application please visit:

Trinity is also pleased to announce that we will be donating 5000 free Trinity GESE self-study apps to refugee organisations. We thank App developers Talkman for supporting this initiative.

Erez Tocker
Chief Executive Officer



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