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 2,700 students through higher education.
The Snowdon Masters Scholarships have been designed to identify and accelerate talented disabled individuals through higher education.
Up to £15,000 per annum towards your tuition fees (most (but not all) of the scholarships also include a further generous allowance towards your costs whilst studying.
Number of Scholarships:
Numerous scholarships are available under this scheme
- The scholarship is open to national and international disabled students with the ability to create change, including excellence within a chosen field of study, or the ability to demonstrate leadership through work place or extracurricular activities.
- Exceptional leaders, with the ability to create change within and beyond their academic field Individuals that have shown excellence within their chosen subjects
- Those that have demonstrated leadership potential with a proven drive for success
- Ability to create change and drive disability issues
- Proven achievements in academia, employment or voluntary activities
- We know that leaders often take unique career paths - this scholarship is targeted to both students who have recently competed an undergraduate course, and those returning to study from the workplace or following a career break.
How to apply?
Applications for 2022-23 will open in early 2022.