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Wilson Wraight Agricultural Management Consultant Scholarship (includes one year work placement)

The Wilson Wraight Agricultural Management Consultant Scholarship is open to all 2nd year BSc students studying an Agriculture or Business degree at Harper Adams University who have the desire and drive to work in agricultural management consultancy.

The Scholarship

Wilson Wraight may award one scholarship, and if awarded the successful recipient will receive:

  • A significant contribution towards tuition fees of £2,000.
  • Employment with Wilson Wraight during their placement year.
  • Subject to a review at the end of placement with Wilson Wraight there may be an opportunity of further funding in the scholar’s final academic year.

A condition of your scholarship is that you undertake your placement year with the sponsoring firm.

The award will be paid in two equal parts; half to be paid in February 2020 and the remaining balance in May 2020.

This is a competitive award and will be evaluated on the merit of the submitted application, academic achievement to date and interview. The decision of the Wilson Wraight Scholarship Panel is FINAL.

Deadline for Submission of Application: 12pm Noon Friday 15 November 2019

The Wilson Wraight Scholarship includes a placement, therefore you must submit your application through the following website: https://www.harper-adams.ac.uk/students/s . Paper copies will not be accepted.

Please note - you may ONLY apply for a maximum of 3 placement based scholarships.

For more information on how to apply, the application form will be available under 'Downloads' once the scholarship opens for applications on 24 October 2019.

Contact details

For further information on this scholarship please contact:

Development Trust Office

Tel: +44(0)1952 81 5095

Closing date

Friday 15 November 2019

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