Studley College Trust
Who We Are
Studley College Trust is a charity set up by the Governors and retiring Principal of Studley College, following its closure in 1969. It was established to encourage, assist and develop education, instruction and research in land-based subjects by financially assisting young people who wish to pursue a career in one of these areas but are restricted by financial constraints.
Our History page gives more information on the background of the College and Trust which is currently overseen by fifteen Trustees and administered through a secretariat that can be contacted by email from the applications page of our website.
What We Do
Studley College Trust provides financial support in the form of student bursaries for study and training activities in the land-based industries. Bursaries can be accessed through a number of routes:
The Trust has identified a number of land-based colleges who receive an annual allocation of Studley College funds to award to appropriate students who apply to them for support. Details of these colleges are shown on our website.
The Trust provides scholarships through the Nuffield Farming Scholarships Trust, Professional Gardeners Guild and Tresco Abbey Gardens.
The Trust makes occasional bursaries available for study travel and traineeships.
Other College Programmes
Students intending to study at a college or university not listed as a Bursary College can apply directly to the Trust.
For more information and how to apply visit our website: http://www.studleytrust.co.uk/