Ann Hart Buchanan Scholarship
Awarded by University of Glasgow
The University of Glasgow has been the recipient of a bequest from the estate of Mrs Ann Hart Buchanan for the purpose of nurse education and training. It is proposed that a scholarship should be endowed to benefit a nursing student(s) on the BN (Hons) programme or student/nurse accepted for a postgraduate course of study in the Nursing & Health Care School at the University of Glasgow. This scholarship will be awarded annually for the purposes of: Travel in connection with study or research that will enhance the student’s learning and learning experience (undergraduate or postgraduate) Supporting tuition fees for a graduate with BN (Hons) [1st or 2:1] to undertake a postgraduate course of study in the Nursing & Health Care School at the University of Glasgow within 2 years of graduation Support undergraduate student(s) with a minimum of one-third of the funds in any three-year period ie allocating £600 to an undergraduate student(s) within each 3 year period.
It is proposed that a scholarship should be endowed to benefit a nursing student(s) on the BN (Hons) programme or student/nurse accepted for a postgraduate course of study in the Nursing & Health Care School at the University of Glasgow.
The scholarship will: Consist of one annual payment of £600, being the annual income from the endowment; if the interest from the endowment is less than £600, the award will reduce accordingly; Be held by any student(s) for a maximum period of one year; the annual sum may be split in any one given year and awards made to multiple students; Be payable in one instalment for one year of study. In the event of no suitable scholar being identified in any year, no award will be made and the income for that year added to the capital to provide income in a future year.
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Our research-led approach is one of the reasons why a postgraduate degree from the University of Glasgow is so prized, but our students also benefit from opportunities to study abroad, improve their employability, take part in work placements and explore a wide range of social activities. As a result, we welcome students from more than 120 countries around the world every year. We make sure our graduates are equipped with the skills they need to compete in a global workplace, and with friendships and networks that last a lifetime.
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