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Charles Wallace India Trust Long Term Scholarships 2018-19

Deadline: Deadline: Always Open30-Nov-2017
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AwardInternational fares, fees, living and accommodation costs in the UK
EligibilityGraduate/diploma or working professional between 25 and 38 years of age
Scholarship provider contact details

British Council New Delhi British Council Division British High Commission 17 Kasturba Gandhi Marg New Delhi - 110 001 Phone: 0120-4569000 / 6684353 Fax: +91 11 2371 0717 Email:

What is Charles Wallace India Trust Long Term Scholarships 2018-19?

Charles Wallace India Trust invites applications for Long-Term Scholarships 2018-19 from mid-career practitioners or graduates who are willing to gain wider exposure and experience in the field of Arts and Heritage Conservation.


Who can apply for this scholarship ?

To be eligible for the scholarship, an applicant must -

  • Be a citizen of India residing in India only. 
  • Be between 25 and 38 years of age. 
  • Have a first-class diploma, degree or a professional qualification in his/her specialisation. (Note: Preference will be given to applicants having significant work experience.) 
  • Not have received any grant from Charles Wallace India Trust within last 5 years. 


How can you apply ?

Eligible candidates can apply for the scholarship in person at any of the nearest British Council centres in India through following steps -
Step 1: Read the eligibility criteria and application guidelines carefully. 
Step 2: Download the application form from here
Step 3: Fill in all the required details. 
Step 4: Prepare a statement of purpose, in not more than 2 pages, clearly stating the course opt for in the UK and the plan of the candidate.
Step 5: Attach IELTS Certificate and an evidence of unconditional acceptance to the course/programme. 
Step 6: Also, submit a portfolio in hard copy or CD/DVD format (if applicable).
Step 7: Submit all documents along with the application form in person at any of the British Council Centres in India. 
Note: Please find the addresses for British Council Centres here

Terms and Conditions

Fields of study covered


  • Art History
  • Curating
  • Design (not Architecture) 
  • Photography
  • Film (including Direction and Script Writing) 
  • Performance such as Directing, Music, Drama, Dance
  • Visual Arts

Heritage Conservation 

  • Management of sites or heritage projects 
  • Conservation architecture
  • Landscape conservation 
  • Museums and collections management
  • Material conservation such as metal, stone, timber, photographs, paintings, film and photographs
  • Engineering related to conservation of structures and heritage buildings 

Selection process

Once the applications are received at British Council offices, the candidates will be shortlisted for a 30 minutes interview conducted in New Delhi by a panel of Indian experts chaired by CWIT. 

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