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Posted on 8 July 2008 at 7:57 pm
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  • Anonymous
    8 July 2008 at 7:57 pm #3167

    Hi everyone,

    I’m a graduate studying for a second degree in veterinary science, and as such I am liable for full fees of £17,500 per year, with which there is no help available via the student loans company.

    I’m after writing a letter asking for sponsorship from local or relevant companies who may be of assistance, and have no idea how to start.

    Can anyone help me with this matter?

    9 July 2008 at 8:52 am #10568

    Hi Kathari.
    There is a book available from the directory of social change (DSC) on

    Some libraries will have it.
    Usually in reference area from my experience, or else you’d never get a chance to see it.
    As I recall its mainly for up to 1st degree people but its ./guidance will likely be useful for you too.

    Turn your situation around – whats in it for these companies you are writing to? How will they see a benefit or a return?
    Have you asked zoos or vets for sponsorship?


    9 July 2008 at 8:59 am #10569

    Martin’s advice re the book is good.

    This forum isn’t the place to look for advice on funding for an individual: it’s for professional fundraisers who raise funds for organisations, mainly charities and not-for-profit organisations. We explain this and give a few tips on seeking funding for individuals at

    Howard Lake
    UK Fundraising

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