Huish’s Exhibition Foundation

Bursaries of £300 for young people entering university. Next deadline: 30 April 2018

Huish’s Exhibitions are bursaries for young people who are intending to enter their first year of university in the forthcoming academic year. 

Established in the nineteenth century, Huish’s Exhibitions have supported the education of young people in Taunton Deane for almost 150 years. Exhibitions of around £300 per year for undergraduate studies are awarded. Awards are based upon academic performance and financial need, which should be referred to in the application.

Who can apply
 
Exhibitions are offered to students who are attending Richard Huish College, King’s College, Queen’s College, Taunton School, and Wellington School.
 
A preference is given for those who have undertaken a GCSE or A-level in religious studies or who intend to study divinity or theology at university.
 
How to apply
 
Students are required to apply to the fund themselves using the online grant application form below. The form asks for:
  • your personal details (name, address, email, phone, date of birth)
  • the names of the school(s) you have attended and the dates you attended them
  • the name of your chosen university and the course that you intend to study
  • a 300-word statement of why you think you should be awarded a bursary
  • a 300-word statement of how you think the bursary will benefit your academic studies
  • the contact details (name, address, email, phone) of a referee from your school or college.

The form cannot be saved and returned to, so we recommend that you prepare your answers offline and paste them into the boxes.

Huish's Exhibition Foundation APPLICATION FORM.

Once we have received your form we will contact your referee. We may also contact you if we need any further details about your application.

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