Have a fantastic photography project in mind but just can't afford to fund it? Then this section, which outlines details of our bursaries, is for you.
In the boxes below you will find links to information, application forms and past winners for the bursaries that we offer each year.
Additionally, there is funding available for Society Events. This funding is to enable young photographers to attend selected Society Regional and Group events that they would not normally be able to afford. This Young Student Funding is only open to bids from Society Regional and Special Interest Group Organisers. If you would like this funding the first step would be to contact your Region or Group organizer and have a chat with them about the possibility of applying on your behalf.
The Royal Photographic Society in partnership with The Photographic Angle is offering funding for two, year long projects to UK residents, to support a photographic project that will promote environmental awareness...Information and applying→
The Joan Wakelin Bursary offers photographers £2,000 and the chance to have their work published in the Guardian....Information and applying→
To support postgraduate students undertaking photographic research or studying Masters courses in photography...Information and applying→
Short Film Award
Challenging filmmakers across the world to create a masterpiece in just a minute-and-a-half...Information and applying→
”The Society bursary gave me the support and resources I needed to launch my career in photography“Claire Pepper ARPS
”The RPS have a commitment to supporting and nurturing emerging photographic talent, and I have experienced first hand the way in which they implement these ambitions.“Anastasia Taylor-Lind | Showcase→
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