To be considered for a Winning Students sports scholarship, students and prospective students should meet general, education and sport-specific criteria.
She may only be 18, but City of Glasgow College student and Commonwealth Wrestler Shannon Hawke is already helping to develop the next generation of sporting stars.
A University of Glasgow student has one final selection trial separating her from a place in the GB team bound for this summer’s under 23 World Championships in Bulgaria.
A University of Dundee student who switched from Skiing to Triathlon will compete in her first race of the season on Sunday (29 March) as she builds towards her Commonwealth ambitions.
University of Strathclyde fresher Michael Brown is on course to achieve his dream of competing in Canoeing at an Olympic Games. The first year Aero-Mechanical Engineering student has just been named in the British Canoeing U23 team for the World and European Championships.
“College students take real benefit from the extra funding and support provided by Winning Students. The scholarships help to support elite athletes and can help them achieve their academic and sporting goals.”
Lisa Dods, Sports Lecturer, Perth College
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