Aberystwyth University Scholarship success


21 March 2016

Congratulations to the students listed below who have been successful in their Aberystwyth University entrance and scholarship examinations

The Entrance Scholarship and Merit Awards competition requires students to sit two exams in two different subjects. Students whose performance in the exam is deserving of recognition, are offered Merit Awards. All Merit Award holders will receive £1,000 in their first year of study, together with an unconditional offer. Candidates who narrowly miss out on achieving a Scholarship or Merit Award may be given a reduced or unconditional offer on the basis of their performance in the examinations.

Name

School

Course

Award

Sophie

Bloor

Mary Webb

Geology / Agriculture & the countryside

Unconditional Offer

Alex

Bruce

Meole Brace

Physical & Human Geography

Unconditional Offer

Jaymee

Bunston-Jones

Holy Trinity Academy

Physical & Human Geography

Unconditional offer plus £1,000 Merit Award

Alex

Ferriday

William Brookes

Business & Management / Religious Studies

Unconditional Offer

James

Fletcher

Charlton

Physical Geography / Biology

Unconditional offer plus £1,000 Merit Award

Jeremy

Housden

Stafford Grammar

Physics / Mathematics

Unconditional Offer

Edward

Jones

Corbett

Geology / Physical Geography

Unconditional offer

George

Kilby

Priory

Physical & Human Geography

Unconditional offer plus £1,000 Merit Award

Jonathan

Middle

Mary Webb

Politics & International Politics / History – the British Isles

Unconditional offer plus £1,000 Merit Award

Khadeeja

Osman

Priory

Human Geography / English & Creative Writing

Unconditional offer plus £1,000 Merit Award

Aled

Robinson

Mary Webb

Human & Physical Geography

Unconditional offer plus £1,000 Merit Award


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