ANTOINETTE Marshall and Peter Spence, studying at the South West College, Dungannon campus, has recently been awarded the 2021/2022 Strickland Scholarship Award, designed for those interested in a career in engineering.
This award is a prestigious annual bursary scheme organised by South West College in conjunction with Strickland. It provides bursaries of up to £2,500 to students undertaking an Honours Degree, Foundation Degree or Higher National Diploma/Certificate in Engineering at South West College.
The scheme supports Higher Education students interested in pursuing a career in Engineering and contributes financial support towards the next step in their educational journey, enabling students to reach their full potential.
The scholarship was awarded to Antoinette Marshall and Peter Spence, for their incredible passion, determination, and achievements both within their studies and community.
Alastair Booth, Head of School for Engineering said, ‘South West College are very proud to be partnered with Strickland to celebrate the success of Higher Education and Higher Level Apprentice students studying Engineering at the College’.
South West College offers a wide range of Engineering courses from Level 2 to 6, with Higher Level Apprenticeship options and scholarship initiatives, that full-time Higher Education students can apply for in the academic year 2022/23.
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