To be considered for a Winning Students sports scholarship, students and prospective students should meet general, education and sport-specific criteria.
Rachel Hannen was alternate as Scotland’s ladies team, Team Muirhead, finished second in the European Curling Championships in Denmark, losing 6-4 to Russia in the final.
After a quieter couple of months in terms of competitions, a number of our 2015-2016 scholars have been in action in the last week.
Scotland’s national sports scholarship programme, Winning Students began in 2008 and has awarded its one thousandth scholarship in the 2015-2016 academic year.
Scotland’s Rural University College student Cameron Smith jets off to Denmark today to represent Scotland at curling’s European Championships in Esbjerg (20-28 November).
“For a while my life was just get up, swim, eat, sleep and swim again. I wanted to do something else and a degree will set me up for life.”
Hannah Miley, Swimmer
Robert Gordon University graduate
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