Winning Students

Vacancy: Winning Students Co-ordinator

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a motivated and experienced individual to join the Winning Students team and be responsible for the day-to-day management of the programme, which is administered by the University of Stirling on behalf of the Scottish Funding Council.

The closing date for this post is midnight on Tuesday 31 October 2017.

For full job description, criteria and applications visit the University of Stirling vacancies page.

 

Winning Students News

  • Edinburgh Napier University student Jenna Fife is determined to impress having been called up for the Scotland Women’s National Football Team which begins its 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifying campaign this week.

     

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  • University of Stirling psychology student, Rachel Hannen, admits it will be a step into the unknown when she takes to the ice with Bobby Lammie at this week’s Scottish Mixed Doubles Curling Championships in Aberdeen (12-15 October).

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  • Nine Winning Students athletes have been selected for a trip of a lifetime this week after being named in the Team Scotland squad heading to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.

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  • University of Edinburgh athletes Eilidh Gibson and Gavin Horsburgh showed their quality this weeked as they both came away with medals from their respective canoeing and rowing World Championships.

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How to Apply

To be considered for a Winning Students sports scholarship, students and prospective students should meet general, education and sport-specific criteria.

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  • Scholarship Enquiries

    Jason Atkins Winning Students Co-ordinator 01786 466553
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    Duncan Fisher Communications Officer 01786 466572
 

“It’s a very sensible option to study alongside sport because your sporting career isn’t going to last your lifetime.  If you are lucky you can make a living but once you stop competing it’s very important to have something to fall back on.  There’s a possibility of injury as well so you never know how your career is going to pan out really. Study works to balance your sport as well because it’s a really useful distraction.”

Laura Muir, Athletics

University of Glasgow student

 

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