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Christie's Education Trust

The Trust is a registered charity founded by Christie’s Education, London in 1986. Since its founding year, the Trust has distributed over £435,000 to Christie's Education London students from across the world in scholarships, grants and awards. 

The Trust relies solely on gifts and donations from Christie’s Education alumni and friends. A donation to the Trust will help us plan our future growth and sustain the Christie's Education London scholarship programme, thus helping us to educate and inspire the next generation of global cultural leaders.

Gifts to Christie’s Education Trust London offer support to the following;

  • Scholarships to assist studies
  • Hardship grants
  • Funds for overseas study
  • Academic resources
  • Conservation
  • Research
  • Prizes for outstanding academic achievement

To support our trust and make a donation, please click here

We have been able to give financial support to many students over the years. Here is a list of recipients:

2016 recipients:

  • Jana Oberländer
  • Ira Annina-Korjus
  • Ariel de Sal
  • Maria Gracia Ross
  • Chandler Allen

2015 recipients:

  • Elizabeth Joy
  • Fredoun Merimadi
  • Luke Doyle
  • Maria Gracia Ross
  • Sophie Terrett

2014 recipients:

  • Ashley Martina
  • Chloe Blainey
  • Edward Sheldrick
  • Nianchen Sha 

To find out more about our Trust scholars please click here

Every gift, no matter what size, will make a difference. To discuss making a donation to Christie’s Education Trust and for more information, please contact:

Daniel Elliott
Career Services Officer
trust@christies.edu
+44 (0)20 7665 4374

Click here to visit our trust donation page.

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