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All the ologies…

As well as studying at an impressive range of universities, our Scholarship winners are also studying a literal A-Z of courses, from Astrophysics to Zoology, via Cyber Security and Midwifery:

2022 Thank You letter

We have tweeted a couple of snippets of this recently, but if you want know a little more about how our Scholarships programme for 2022 shaped up, read on……

2022 uni destinations

We’ve awarded close to 250 Scholarships this past summer, and the students are now studying at an impressive range of unis across the country, as the word cloud below shows.

Thank you!

Below is a letter to all our donors and supporters – we’ve had another record year, supporting more exceptional young people than ever before, and we couldn’t have done it without you. We’re already making plans for an even better 2022……

Thank you!

Below is an open letter to all our donors and supporters, who helped us weather 2020. We’re in an even stronger position heading into 2021, and are looking forward to helping support over 250 wonderful young people – and in the process awarding our 500th Scholarship! So thank you. Thank you 2021

Where do our 2020 Scholarship winners study?

Below is the very impressive list of universities that our 2020 Scholarship winners are now studying at, including, for the first time, one in the US. In the style of Where’s Wally?, see if you can find it:

2020 Schools and Colleges map

We’re delighted to illustrate below the spread of schools and colleges where we’ve supported a Scholarship this year – a record-busting 243 awards! Thank you to everyone who has made this possible.

And what do they study?

We’re proud to have supported 124 (and counting) students starting uni in 2019, and below is an illustration of the vast range of subjects they’re studying.

Our 2019 Impact study

We’re pleased to be able to share our latest annual survey of Scholarship winners, which we hope helps describe the impact our Scholarships have on the students who win them. We can’t help but feel for the students who had to spend close to £100 on one textbook…. 2019 report