This Scholarship was founded in 1921 from the balance of the R. T. Martin Memorial Fund and a donation from Mrs Martin.
It is intended to assist students pursuing a course of teacher training who intend to teach in grant-aided school in Northern Ireland, to proceed to a Primary degree by part- or full-time study in the following University Colleges:
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Partial Funding, Upto £400
Candidates must have the necessary qualifications for entrance to the University, have good academic standing i.e. 2:1 or above and be experiencing financial difficulties. The value of the scholarship is up to £400 and may be increased if the candidate is not in receipt of an award from a public authority if funds permit.
All awards are subject to funding availability.