Scholarships at University of Bolton
|100 Year Anniversary Of The Great War Award|
|Scholarship Name||100 Year Anniversary Of The Great War Award|
|Scholarship amount||£500 per academic year|
(Formerly the 100 Year Anniversary of the Great War Endowment Fund)
On the occasion of the hundred year anniversary of The Great War, the University of Bolton announced the introduction of an award to assist ex-service personnel to study at the University.
The award reflects the 100 years since the beginning of the First World War in 1914. The University of Bolton, being an educational institution established in 1825 is proud to implement the idea and the value of bursaries and scholarships. Below, are the details of the Hundred Year Anniversary of the Great War award for the 2019/20 academic year.
These awards are offered to ex-service personnel. Students who have completed a minimum of 3 years military service since their eighteenth birthday in the British Armed Forces may apply.
The amount of the award payable is £500 per academic year. The award is payable in arrears (at the end of each academic year). A maximum of ten awards will be available in each academic year.
Terms And Conditions For Eligibility
In order for an individual to be eligible for the bursary, he/she must fulfil the following requirements:
The following categories of students are not eligible to receive the Scholarship.
To apply for the award please complete the application form and return this to Bursary and Scholarship Team, Student Services, University of Bolton, Deane Road, Bolton, BL3 5AB with a copy of your discharge paper/ military service retired.
For further information and details, you may contact: Mr Jonathan Stackhouse, Student Funding Advisor, or the Bursaries and Scholarships Advisor Mrs Carol Gray email: email@example.com Tel: 01204 903497 or 01204 903499
Terms And Conditions
The award of a bursary is entirely at the university’s discretion and the university reserves the right to change the bursary from time to time. Bursary payments are subject to continuing and satisfactory attendance on the course of study, and will be permanently terminated if the student withdraws, transfers to another institution, fails their programme of study, or interrupts or suspends their studies.
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