- Are you a student teacher in the Stranmillis University College or St Mary’s University College?
- Do you intend to teach in a school in Northern Ireland?
- Are you experiencing financial difficulties which are unusually severe for students today?
- Has your academic performance been of a high standard to date (i.e. 2:1 or above)?
If so, you could be in line for a Martin Memorial Scholarship of up to a value of £400.
This Scholarship was founded in 1921 from the balance of the R. T. Martin Memorial Fund and a donation from Mrs Martin. It is intended to assist students pursuing a course of teacher training who intend teaching in grant-aided schools in Northern Ireland. Applicants must give evidence of their intention to proceed to an appropriate degree and to become a teacher in a grant-aided school in Northern Ireland.
The value of the scholarship is normally £400. At least one Scholarship will be awarded on the recommendations of the Scholarships and Awards Group in November 2017 and the Group will take into account the academic merit and financial circumstances of each applicant in determining the recipient(s) of the award.
Closing Date: 4.00pm Friday, 13 October 2017
Completed application forms, and references, must returned to firstname.lastname@example.org or Academic Affairs, Level 6, Administration Building, Queen’s University Belfast, BT7 1NN by the deadline.
Awards are subject to funding availability.