Eton is committed to increasing the amount of financial aid offered at all levels so that the cost of Eton remains attainable for families across the income spectrum, including for professional families who cannot afford full fees, with at least ten percent of pupils paying no fees at all.
The generosity of our community is critical in maintaining Eton’s diversity, identity, and ambition to ensure that financial circumstance is never a barrier to an Eton education and all that it offers exceptionally talented boys.
It is the time in my life when I made the largest personal advancement, in the classroom, on the playing fields and in my decision of what I would do as a career. It is this that an Eton College bursary affords.Jacob Weir (PB, MGHM 13)
spent on financial aid in 2021-22
The Provost’s Annual Bursary Fund
Each year the Provost’s Annual Bursary Fund bridges the gap between endowment funding and our annual bursary expense, providing critical current-use funding to maintain Eton’s Financial Aid Programme.
Donors who make a gift of £20,000 or more, either outright or pledged over a period of up to five years, will be invited to an annual celebratory event.