Andrew Whitlow, BSc (Hons) Agriculture with Farm Business Management student, has been awarded a Kildare Charitable Trust Scholarship at Harper Adams University.
Andrew, 22, from Worcester, Worcestershire said: “I’m extremely grateful to have been recognised as a deserving applicant for the Kildare scholarship.
“Receiving this generous award has furthered my aspiration to reach my final year targets set at Harper Adams.
“The award will support the funding of resources such as books and land-based skill courses, for my academic studies including my HRP research.
“My ambitions for the future is to go and gain professional work experience in New Zealand on a variety of farming systems and to eventually pursue a career in farm management, as well as starting my own business.
“I’d like to thank the Kildare Charitable Trust for their kind consideration on awarding me this scholarship and I aim to make the most of this generous fund they have put towards my studies.”
Photo below of Mr Martin Needham with Tom Vines, Curtis Tonks, Cara Rhodes, Andrew Whitlow