This opportunity is an open award held within the Development Trust. It is available to 2nd & final year BSc or final year FdSc students enrolled in full-time education at HAU. This scholarship has been set up to also assist students currently on courses with limited access to other scholarship opportunities e.g. Animal Science, Food Science, Countryside, Environment & Wildlife, Geography, Veterinary Science and Zoology. This is a competitive award, with priority traditionally given to those students who have competed for other awards involving interviews at Harper Adams, however new applications are welcome. This award will be given to a student who, at the time of interview, has not received another scholarship administered by the Development Trust in the academic year 2018/19.
The successful scholarship recipient(s) will receive a one-off payment valued up to a maximum of £1,250.
The award will be payable in two equal parts; half to be paid in February 2019 and the balance in May 2019.
Payment is conditional on the scholar remaining registered as a full-time student at Harper Adams. They must pass all modules of study during the continuation of the scholarship and submit at least one written report to the Development Trust prior to the receipt of their second payment.
This is a competitive award which will be evaluated on the merit of the submitted application, academic achievements to date and interview. The Development Trust embraces diversity and promotes equality of opportunity and access to higher education. The Trust has been successful in supporting a wide range of students. It strongly encourages applications from students of all backgrounds. Where there are two applicants of equal merit, preference will be given to applicants who are from backgrounds that are underrepresented in UK higher education.
The decision of the Ros Barsley Scholarship Panel is FINAL and they reserve the right to withdraw their award at any time should they feel this action is required.
For further information on this scholarship please contact:
Tel: +44(0)1952 81 5095
Wednesday 12 December 2018