Scholarships at University of Glasgow
|Clark (Mile-End) Bursary Fund|
|Scholarship Name||Clark (Mile-End) Bursary Fund|
|Scholarship amount||Up to £1,500|
|Scholarship Deadline||15 September 2021|
The Clark (Mile-End) Bursary Fund is a charitable endowment which was established in 1868 by a Victorian philanthropist by the name of John Clark. He was a thread manufacturer and prominent citizen from Paisley. The fund is now governed by Rules laid down in a 1974 Scheme (as varied with the consent of the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator in 2013).
Please see the Clark (Mile-End) Bursary Fund for more information.
To be eligible applicants must either:
(a) have already obtained an honours degree from the University of Glasgow or Strathclyde and now be studying for, or applying to study for, a subsequent degree / post-graduate course which is either at the University of Glasgow or Strathclyde or is at another university in the UK or abroad; or
(b) have already obtained an honours degree from another university in the UK or abroad and now be studying for, or applying to study for, a subsequent degree / post-graduate course which is at the University of Glasgow or Strathclyde.
Normally between £500 and £1,500
HOW TO APPLY
Applicants must demonstrate not just academic excellence in their undergraduate studies but also detail their involvement in wider extra-curricular activities.
Interviews of candidates selected for consideration are held in Glasgow at a Governors’ meeting during November. Interviewees will usually be notified within a week following their interviews whether they will receive an award, and awards are normally paid shortly thereafter.
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