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Rules Regulating the Award of Grants to Senate Recognised Student Societies


The University of Malta awards Grant to Student Societies as a limited source of Financial Aid to sponsor Senate Recognised Student Societies.  The Students Affairs Committee administers the funds for Grants to Societies, where two student representatives form part of the Committee.  It should be borne in mind that the Grant is only intended as a form of assistance and cannot cover all the expenses incurred by any society.

The aim of the Grant is to support the various associations in organising Academic, Socio-Cultural, Training, Educational and other related activities among University students.

Financial Aid is limited to officially Senate recognised Student Societies of the University of Malta. 

Applicant societies are required to provide supplementary details about their financial position at the time of application on the application form, together with official bank statements.  Audited accounts shall also be presented. Student Associations must justify their application for funds based on their projects and financial planning.  


Applications must be accompanied by the following documents (PDF Version since they should be attached in the online application):

  1. Copy of Official Senate recognition letter (if recognition was obtained over the past two years, or if the association has not applied for grants during the past 5 years)

  2. List of Committee members 
  3. Updated version of Statute 
  4. Calendar (dated list) of Activities for the previous year (2017/18) 
  5. Calendar (dated list) of Projected Activities (year 2018/19) 
  6. Balance sheet showing the organisation's present financial situation 
  7. Projected Income and Expenditure Accounts (2018/19) 
  8. Auditor's Report (compulsory if turnover is more than EUR 23,000) (If Auditor's report is in printed format, a hard copy may be handed in at Rm106/107, Gateway Building by the closing date.)
  9. Bank Statements 


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Closing date: Friday 26th April 2019 

  

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Last Updated: 12 March 2019

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