Educational and Marshall Trust - Residents of Glasgow Only. (Charity / Trust)
Reference Number: U217
Key Award Information
The Glasgow Educational and Marshall Trust is a charitable institution which came into existence in 1936.
The sole purpose of the Trust is to govern and administer bursaries and endowments by means of a governing body consisting of 22 elected governors and not more than 4 co-opted governors.
The value of individual awards ranges between £100 and £1,000 although in exceptional cases higher awards have been made.
Awards are given towards the cost of the following: books, course fees/living expenses, study/travel abroad for people in further/higher education; and course fees, travel, books, equipment/instruments for people wishing to undertake vocational training. Mature students can also qualify for assistance with childcare costs, books, travel and fees.
Grants can be one-off or recurrent and are normally given for courses where no grant assistance is available from the Students Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS), or where such grants do not cover the total costs. No awards are given for courses run by privately owned institutions.
Residency: It is an absolute requirement that awards can only be made to persons who have lived in the City of
How to Apply
An application form and two references must be sent to the Trust at the below address.
Application Form: http://www.gemt.org.uk/index.htm
Mrs Avril Sloane (email: email@example.com)
21 Beaton Road
Tel: UK (+44) 141 4334449
Fax: UK (+44) 141 424 1731