“It has helped me with the funding to

continue my course to become an

Accountant Technician.”

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We are currently closed to applications while we make plans for awarding grants in 2020. In January we will publish on this page details of our grant application process and deadlines for 2020. In the meantime, if you would like us to tell you when we are open to applications, please send us an email to education@jlef.org.uk

We usually accept applications all year round but we assess them twice a year, those received by 31st May are assessed in June and those received by 30th November are assessed in December.


  • Have Cystic Fibrosis.
  • Be a UK resident.
  • Want help to take a course at an accredited university, college or other educational institution or course provider.
  • Be 18 or over at the time your course is due to start or, if you are not moving into formal further education and you wish to undertake vocational training instead, you can apply when you are 16 or 17 as well.


We will publish details of how to apply in January 2020. You will be able to use our online application form or download and complete a paper copy of our application form to send to us in the post or by email.


So you know what information you will need to complete an application to us, please read the guidelines to find out what we support and what we don’t and to understand better how to complete the application form. To read the guidelines CLICK HERE (PDF).

Read the Terms and Conditions of Grant to understand what you can expect from us and what is expected from you if you are awarded a grant. To read the Terms and Conditions of Grant please CLICK HERE (PDF).


AAT Level 3 Diploma in Accounting
Royal Leamington Spa College

I am so grateful for the Joseph Levy Education Fund. It has helped me with the funding to continue my course to become an Accountant Technician. I had finished my Level 2 qualification last year but found out I would no longer receive funding for my course but because of the JLEF I have been able to continue my studies.