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Writtle University College

Scholarships at Writtle University College

Racing Foundation Scholarship

Scholarship Name Racing Foundation Scholarship
Scholarship amount Operations

Anyone seeking for a career move or a higher level of training in the Thoroughbred racing or breeding industries.
Anyone who expresses a strong desire to work in the breeding sector after completing the course, particularly at a stud in the United Kingdom.

Shadwell Scholarship

Scholarship Name Shadwell Scholarship
Scholarship amount (approximate value circa £12k

Eligibility for the award is predicated on a selection procedure that includes a written application, a CV, and an interview for those who are short-listed.
Recipients are expected to complete their (paid) work experience placement at Shadwell during semester B, and then work for Shadwell for another year after completing their year of study.

Care Leavers’ Bursary

Scholarship Name Care Leavers’ Bursary
Scholarship amount £1,500

Applicants for the bursary must be enrolled at Writtle University College and have begun their studies.
A Higher Education course in September 2021. They must be under the age of 25 and inhabitants of the United Kingdom and be able to demonstrate that they have been "looked after" for at least 13 weeks since they are 14 years old and in the care of the local authority on 16th birthday

Old Student’s Association Scholarship

Scholarship Name Old Student’s Association Scholarship
Scholarship amount £1,000

must be new Writtle University College home students

Writtle University College Bursary (HEBSS)

Scholarship Name Writtle University College Bursary (HEBSS)
Scholarship amount will receive 50% of the award in February 2022 and the remaining 50% in May 2022,

Applicants for the bursary must be enrolled at Writtle University College and have begun their studies.
A Higher Education course in September 2021.They must be under the age of 25 and show that they have been "looked after" for at least 13 weeks since the age of 14 and that they were in Local Authority care on their 16th birthday course.

Geoff Hamilton New Gardeners’ Foundation

Scholarship Name Geoff Hamilton New Gardeners’ Foundation
Scholarship amount £5000

Applicants who are over the age of 18 and are pursuing a degree in Horticulture are eligible to apply.
in the academic year 2021-22, or a level 2 or level 3 RHS certificate at Writtle.

David Colegrave Foundation

Scholarship Name David Colegrave Foundation
Scholarship amount £1,000

Focus of studies on ornamental commercial horticulture, especially with an emphasis on
Bedding, containers, pot plants, and cut flowers are all parts of the bedding, container, pot plant, and cut flower industries.
Are seeking to make careers in the field of commercial ornamental horticulture.
Show demonstrable talent, as evidenced by grades achieved and by tutors' assessments.

Elinor Roper Scholarship

Scholarship Name Elinor Roper Scholarship
Scholarship amount £1,000

Applicants must be Writtle University College students who live on campus.

Undergraduate to Postgraduate: 2021 Postgraduate Progression Award

Scholarship Name Undergraduate to Postgraduate: 2021 Postgraduate Progression Award
Scholarship amount £1,000

Students in their final year of undergraduate study at the end of the 2019/20 or 2020/21 academic years.

Vice-Chancellor International Postgraduate Scholarship

Scholarship Name Vice-Chancellor International Postgraduate Scholarship
Scholarship amount £3000

Have a received an conditional/unconditional offer to study on a FULL-TIME programme at the University College by Tuesday 6th July 2021
Be self-funding and must be .
Have met / or are on track to meeting the UKVI's Student Visa requirements

Vice-Chancellor International Undergraduate Scholarship

Scholarship Name Vice-Chancellor International Undergraduate Scholarship
Scholarship amount The award will be £3000 per annum applied as a discount from fees for each year of study

By Tuesday, July 6th, 2021, you must have obtained a conditional or unconditional offer to study on a FULL-TIME programme at the University College.
Self-funding is required, as is confirmation of status as an international student for the purpose of paying fees.
External funding discounts for fees, such as from the local government, charities, or private organizations, are not permitted.

Key Information

Rank 161 Location England, United Kingdom Established 1893 International Students 8%
Famous Courses Agriculture, Animal Management, Animal Science, Art and the Environment, Canine Therapy, Equine International Fees £11,400-12,500
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