The Charles Wallace India Trust gives grants to Indians in the early or middle stages of their careers who are living in India and working or studying in the arts, heritage conservation or the humanities.
The grants enable successful applicants to achieve their artistic, academic or professional ambitions through spending time in the United Kingdom. The categories of grants available include: fully-funded awards; visiting fellowships in agreed subjects at specific institutions; grants for research and professional visits; grants for doctoral study; and grants to attend the Scottish Universities Summer School.
Full information about the various types of grants available, and guidance on eligibility and how to apply, can be found on the website of the British Council in India: http://www.britishcouncil.org/india-scholarships-cwit.htm
Grants for visits to India by Britons working or studying in similar fields are given by The INTACH UK Trust (The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage, UK), which was also set up with funds bequeathed by Charles Wallace. The INTACH UK Trust awards discretionary scholarships to UK citizens to allow them to undertake educational study visits to India in the field of art and cultural heritage. More information can be found on: http://blog.icomos-uk.org/intach-uk-trust/
Secretary of the Charles Wallace India Trust: Richard Alford