The Snowdon Masters Scholarship has been designed to identify and accelerate talented disabled students through higher education, creating the influencers of the future.
We are looking for individuals with the ability to create change and influence others. This could include excellence within a chosen field of study, or the ability to demonstrate leadership more widely through the workplace or extracurricular activities.
If you are living with an impairment and have a proven drive for success, we encourage you to apply.
All Snowdon Masters Scholars are encouraged to become part of our Disabled Leaders Network. A space for collaboration, engagement and debate, the Disabled Leaders Network will provide a platform for you to build relationships with other exceptional disabled leaders, creating a hub of information, knowledge and support.
We provide grants to physically disabled and sensory impaired students studying in the UK – in further or higher education or those training towards employment. Our Grants help cover additional disability-related study costs that students incur and where available statutory funding does not cover them. Costs include vital support such as sign language interpreters, people to take notes, computers, specialist software, wheelchairs or special accommodation and equipment. About 100 grants are awarded each year, ranging from £250 to £5,000. Applications are review... read more
We want to attract the very best students to the scheme so our generous scholarships include:
Each candidate will bring something different to the programme. Successful candidates will demonstrate that they have some or all of the following attributes:
We know that leaders often take unique career paths – we welcome applications from students who have recently completed an undergraduate course, and from those returning to study from the workplace or following a career break.
The scholarship is open to national and international disabled students with the ability to create change, including excellence within a chosen field of study, or the ability to demonstrate leadership through the workplace or extracurricular activities.
For more details, visit Snowdon Trust website.