This year Eaga Charitable Trust will award a maximum of three bursaries of up to £2,000 to postgraduate students. Bursaries are awarded to: current Masters students; students who have a confirmed place on a Masters course starting in the next academic year; and to PhD students in their second or third years of study. In all cases, applicants must be writing, or planning to write, a dissertation on a topic linked to fuel poverty within the UK or other EU countries. The subject of research needs to demonstrate direct relevance and application to UK fuel poverty policy. The deadline for the receipt of applications for these bursaries is Monday 12 June 2017. Bursary awards will be made in July 2017.