The course fee is £3,000 per person which includes all teaching costs, en-suite accommodation at an Oxford College, breakfast, lunch and several dinners. It does not include the cost of travel to and from Oxford, visas, or any personal expenses you may incur.
Update, June 2018: We now have 5 fully funded scholarships specifically available for individuals working at a finance ministry, financial regulator, or central bank aligned with the Central Banks and Supervisors Network for Greening the Financial System. These places have been kindly funded by the European Climate Foundation and the Finance Dialogue.
There are also a limited number of bursaries available for individuals working at charities to help cover fees, these will be awarded on the basis of merit and need. Only individuals from charities will be considered for these. To be eligible for a scholarship, participants should be nominated by their host institution and provide a signed letter of support from a member of their leadership team in addition to their completed application form. The deadline for applications to be eligible for the scholarships is 2nd July 2018 at 23:59 BST.
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"The Sustainable Finance Foundation Course was expertly lead, taught and administered, with Balliol College serving as a wonderfully historical environment"
"The content was both varied and comprehensive, and classroom participation was equally diverse and accomplished!"