2018 MBCT Summer School Bursary Scheme and 2018 MBCT Accessibility Fund

2018 MBCT Summer School Bursary Scheme and 2018 MBCT Accessibility Fund

We are inviting applications to our 2018 MBCT Summer School Bursary Scheme and to our 2018 MBCT Accessibility Fund.

SUMMER SCHOOL BURSARY FUND

In 2016 and 2017 we made places at the OMC Summer School available for people who demonstrated they would use the experience to widen access and participation in MBCT. In 2016 we also made places available to support the next generation of promising young researchers in MBCT. You can read about the experiences of our Summer School bursary holders here.

Once again in 2018 we will be offering a number of funded places at the OMC Summer School through a competitive application, review and selection process. These places are for people who can demonstrate that they will use the Summer School experience to widen access to and participation in MBCT, with a particular intention to widen access in underrepresented areas of society

Find out more and apply to the MBCT Bursary Scheme Summer School 2018

‘The OMC Summer School was invaluable in strengthening my self-confidence and intention to continue with this work.’ Previous Bursary Holder’

ACCESSIBILITY FUND

The OMC’s mission is to reduce suffering, promote resilience and realise human potential across the lifespan through mindfulness. In line with our charitable aims, for the past two years, we have made available £25,000 per year to support applications for training, activities or initiatives which widen access to, and participation in, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and practices. You can read about successful projects here.

Our grants are given on the expectation of clear impact, outcomes and/or key learnings, and evaluation of impact and/or outcomes. We work actively to make the benefits of mindfulness attainable for all who might benefit.

As in previous years, in 2018 we are once again making available £25,000 to support applications for training, activities or initiatives which widen access to and participation in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and mindfulness practices.

Find out more and apply to the Oxford Mindfulness Centre Accessibility Fund 2018