Scholarships at University of Reading
|Clyde Higgs Scholarships 2019|
|Scholarship Name||Clyde Higgs Scholarships 2019|
|Scholarship Deadline||1 July 2019|
The Clyde Higgs Scholarships 2019 are to support and encourage new and dynamic young people as they enter or progress in the agricultural industry. During his lifetime, Clyde Higgs ran a thriving two thousand acre dairy farm in Warwickshire and a four thousand acre farm in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro in addition to holding a number of prominent positions including: Agricultural correspondent for the British Broadcasting Company (BBC) and Council Member of the Royal Agricultural Society. Clyde was seen as a highly innovative and enterprising farmer. The Scholarship is generously provided by the Elizabeth Creak Charitable Trust.
The School of Agriculture, Policy and Development is pleased to announce the availability of up to three Scholarships for UK applicants for the following degree courses:
Each Scholarship will be worth £7,545 towards payment of the UK tuition fees. The nature of the charitable funding restricts this to UK applicants only.
*These courses are delivered by the Graduate Institute of International Development, Agriculture and Economics located within the School.
Conditions of Application and Award
Terms and Conditions
Criteria for Award
The panel will base its decision on a range of factors including academic excellence and the degree to which the applicant has demonstrated their suitability for an award. Scholarship offers are made as fee reductions. Students may not accept more than one bursary or Scholarship offered by the School of Agriculture or the Graduate Institute.
If you are a University of Reading Undergraduate, or alumnus who graduated in the last three years, you are not only eligible for an alumni discount but could also be awarded a Scholarship on top.
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