To be considered for a Winning Students sports scholarship, students and prospective students should meet general, education and sport-specific criteria.
It was a big weekend for some Winning Students athletes with plenty of podium finishes.
West Lothian College second year student Sean Redmond took another step towards his long term goal of competing in an Olympic Games last weekend.
Scotland Men’s Hockey Team faced off against Spain three times last week in a series of international challenge matches in preparation for the EuroHockey Championships in London in August.
She has been in the team for less than five months but Heriot-Watt University student Megan Cunningham has already made an impact for Glasgow City Ladies Football Club by helping the title holders reach next month’s SWPL Cup Final.
“Many of Scotland’s best swimmers are also students and the Winning Students scholarships provide welcome support to enable them to do both effectively. Coupled with support from the sportscotland institute of sport, the scholarships make a significant impact on swimmers’ development and future performance.”
Ally Whike, Scottish Swimming Performance Director
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