About Us

‘Every period of the language and literature, antiquities, art and history of Rome and Italy shall be considered as coming within the province of the BSR’.

‘Every period of the language and literature, antiquities, art and history of Rome and Italy shall be considered as coming within the province of the BSR’.

Strategic Plan 2020-25

The Strategic Plan for the British School at Rome sets out our strategic objectives and is part of our governance process. It is published on a five-year cycle, and should be read alongside the BSR Research Strategy.

 

Financial Statements

The BSR’s financial year runs from 1 April to 31 March.

The BSR’s Trustees are required to prepare financial statements which give a true and fair view of our position at the end of each financial year.

These accounts are prepared in accordance with applicable law and audited by independent auditors according United Kingdom Generally Accepted Accounting Practice.

BSR Financial Statements for the year to;

BSR and the Commonwealth

Despite our name, the British School at Rome is proudly a Commonwealth institution and many of our scholarships are open to citizens of Commonwealth countries.

Scholars, artists and architects from across the Commonwealth have been staff members, residents or award-holders throughout our history, especially in recent years.

Access statement

It is the policy of the British School at Rome to offer full or equivalent access to all users. The School aims to support full participation by residents in all aspects of its academic and social life. The BSR is a small institution but will make available its resources, staff and equipment to address the needs of staff, awardees or visitors with disabilities wherever it can. The British Academy is responsible for making reasonable provision for access by those with disabilities to the BSR’s London office, staff and its events in the British Academy building. Applicants for awards with special needs are requested to contact the Registrar before submitting their application to discuss their requirements.

‘Every period of the language and literature, antiquities, art and history of Rome and Italy shall be considered as coming within the province of the BSR’.
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Strategic Plan 2020-25

The Strategic Plan for the British School at Rome sets out our strategic objectives and is part of our governance process. It is published on a five-year cycle, and should be read alongside the BSR Research Strategy.
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Financial Statements

The BSR’s financial year runs from 1 April to 31 March. The BSR’s Trustees are required to prepare financial statements which give a true and fair view of our position at the end of each financial year. These accounts are prepared in accordance with applicable law and audited by independent auditors according United Kingdom Generally Accepted Accounting Practice. BSR Financial Statements for the year to
31 March 2020
31 March 2019
31 March 2018
31 March 2017
31 March 2016
31 March 2015
31 March 2014
31 March 2012
31 March 2011
31 March 2010
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BSR and the Commonwealth

Despite our name, the British School at Rome is proudly a Commonwealth institution and many of our scholarships are open to citizens of Commonwealth countries.
Scholars, artists and architects from across the Commonwealth have been staff members, residents or award-holders throughout our history, especially in recent years.
ABOUT-US-1

Access statement

It is the policy of the British School at Rome to offer full or equivalent access to all users. The School aims to support full participation by residents in all aspects of its academic and social life. The BSR is a small institution but will make available its resources, staff and equipment to address the needs of staff, awardees or visitors with disabilities wherever it can.
The British Academy is responsible for making reasonable provision for access by those with disabilities to the BSR’s London office, staff and its events in the British Academy building. Applicants for awards with special needs are requested to contact the Registrar before submitting their application to discuss their requirements.