The Clark (Mile-End) Bursary Fund is a charitable endowment which was established in 1868 by a Victorian philanthropist by the name of John Clark. He was a thread manufacturer and prominent citizen from Paisley.
The fund is now governed by Rules laid down in a 1974 Scheme (as varied with the consent of the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator in 2013).
Scholarships Number and Award:
Normally between £500 and £1,500
Education Level & Subject:
Bursary is available to pursue undergraduate, postgraduate, PhD and postgraduate research programmes.
-Applicants must be resident in the United Kingdom for tax purposes.
Applicants can either be (a) graduates of the University of Glasgow or Strathclyde studying for, or applying to study for, a subsequent degree at a university in the UK or abroad; or (b) graduates of any university in the UK or abroad studying for, or applying to study for, a subsequent degree at the University of Glasgow or Strathclyde.
-Applicants must be fluent in English.
-Eligible Countries are various.
How to Apply:
There is an annual application process. Applications can be submitted between 1st March and 1st October each year. Applications must be submitted online here.
Interviews of candidates selected for consideration are held in Glasgow at a Governors’ meeting during November. Interviewees will usually be notified within a week of the interviews whether they will receive an award. Awards are normally paid to successful applicants before the end of the year.
Applications can be submitted between 1st March and 1st October each year.