The Alamo Group Scholarship is open to all 2nd Year BEng/MEng/BSc or Final Year FdSc Engineering students studying at Harper Adams University. The company may award up to three scholarships representing their three businesses: McConnel, Spearhead and Bomford Turner. If awarded the successful scholarship recipient(s) will receive a one-off payment of up to £2,500 each.
The David Lawson Scholarship, valued at £1,000, is open to all 2nd Year BSc, Final Year BSc or Final Year FdSc students enrolled in full-time education at the University who are studying Engineering. Preference will be given to those students studying Agricultural Engineering who are able to demonstrate a passion for applying the knowledge they have acquired at Harper Adams to a future career in this sector. This opportunity for aspiring agricultural engineers was launched last year by Dr Alistair Lawson in memory of his father.
Dr Lawson said: “"My father had a passion and affinity for all things mechanical. The David Lawson Scholarship will be awarded to those who share this passion, who avidly read Tractor & Machinery magazine and who count their Snap On tools among their most precious possessions”.
To download an application form for these opportunities Harper Adams students should visit
Pictured below are David and Alistair Lawson who worked together to restore a 1950 David Brown Cropmaster