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Student scholarships


Student scholarships are provided from time to time when a business provides a scholarship to a student to support their time at college along with work experience, mentoring and/or shadowing opportunities. This is a fantastic opportunity for students to get real-life experience as well as a grant to help them during their time at college.

The following scholarships are currently available or will be available very soon. 

Alex F Noble electric vehicle scholarship 2019
Alex F Noble, the Nissan car dealer which provides part of the college’s electric vehicle fleet, has funded a scholarship for one student to work on the electric vehicle fleet. Applications for this scholarship of £750 (paid monthly) is now open for applications. The successful candidate will work for the equivalent of one day per week during term time with the college’s Fleet Manager from February to June 2019. 

Read the job description for more information 

Download the application form

Closing date: 12 pm Monday 26 November 2018.

John Byrne Award Ambassador 2018/19
The John Byrne award wants to publically recognise the creative work of students at Edinburgh College to focus thought and debate on the values that students think will help build a better world. This ambassador role for the Award will involve speaking to groups of students, coordinating the John Byrne Award marketing at the college, and writing blog articles for the John Byrne Award website.

Remuneration: £700 per academic year, paid monthly based on 3 hours/week (flexible) for a fixed term from December 2018 to June 2019.

Read the job description for more information.

Download the application form

Closing date: Applications for this scholarship have now closed. 

David Doig Foundation STEM scholarship 2018/9
The selected candidate will work on the college’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) project with p7, S1 and S2 pupils based at the Midlothian Campus and at the schools. The STEM project aims to encourage young people, especially girls, to consider a career in engineering. 

Remuneration: £1,900 per academic year, paid monthly based on working each Thursday in term time for a fixed term from December 2018 to June 2019.  

Read the job description for more information.

Download the application form.

Closing date: Applications for this scholarship have now closed.

This new scholarship has been donated by the David Doig Foundation and is funded in memory of David Doig, an alumnus of Telford College (one of the previous colleges that merged to create Edinburgh College).



Edinburgh College Development Trust is a Scottish Charity, No. SC044657.  Company No. SC469307.
 
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