The Greenwood Bursary
The Greenwood Bursary funds university tuition fees for a Brock student who has excelled in STEM subjects and faces financial hardship. This bursary funds three years of a full degree course for a student who has selected a BA or BSc degree programme in a STEM subject.
The Greenwood Bursary may only be awarded to one student a year and was established in 2018 by retired Lyndhurst couple, John and Marion Greenwood, who together have backgrounds in engineering and education.
Learn more about the Greenwood Bursary in the video below…
Apply for the Greenwood Bursary:
*Please note: the closing date is Friday 11 February 2022, and no late submissions will be accepted.
Students can apply for the Greenwood Bursary if they are:
- In the final year of Sixth Form study at Brockenhurst College, within the range of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) subjects.
- Aiming to start a first-time programme at a UK Higher Education or Further Education institution for a BA or BSc degree in the year of their application.
- Able to demonstrate that they face financial hardship.
The selection process
A shortlist of applicants will be invited through to Stage 2 where they will be interviewed by a selection panel and will be asked to give a short presentation.