Snowdon Masters Scholarships
Investing in inspirational disabled leaders
The Global Disability Innovation Hub and Snowdon Trust are delighted to announce the opening of the Snowdon Masters Scholarships. Accelerating disabled leaders through post-graduate study, the scholarship will fund up to £15,000 for a UK Masters course and a £15,000 stipend while studying.
We’re searching for exceptional students with the ability to create change and innovate. Successful candidates will join a unique network of high achieving disabled leaders working together to inspire a new generation. Applications for 2019 intake close at the end of April.
Students across the world are encouraged to apply. Before completing the online application form, please review the following;
Applications close April 30th 2019
Students are advised to formulate their answers in a word document before copying these into the online application form.
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Ideal candidate will demonstrate:
- The ability to create change and influence others
- Excellence in chosen field of study, within and beyond academia
- Potential to become a leader and role model
- The drive and determination to succeed
Snowdon Trust provides grants to physically disabled and sensory impaired students studying in the UK. Established by the First Earl of Snowdon, who contracted polio as a child, the trust has gone on to support over 2,500 students through higher education. Visit the Snowdon Trust website for further information.
Whilst our disabled students grants programme has been going since 1981 we have only recently been in a position to offer full scholarships. We launched a limited scholarship programme in 2017 which has proven a success and now, with the support of the GDI Hub, we are delighted to be rolling out nationally. We know we can find, support and help develop some truly outstanding talent!
Paul Alexander, Chief Executive of the Snowdon Trust
Access to higher education is vital to increase leadership by disabled people. We are delighted to be working alongside the Snowdon Trust on such an important programme to support high achieving disabled students become the innovators of tomorrow
Dr Catherine Holloway, Academic Director of the GDI Hub