Ruairidh Campbell

Ruairidh Campbell was an aspiring rugby referee at the start of his undergraduate History degree, and graduated in 2020 with a First and the achievement of Scottish Rugby Referee of the Year 2018-19.

Sport Bursary

Applications for 2021-22 are now closed.

Applications for 2022-23 will open in May 2022 and close September 2022.

For futher information, please contact calum.hill@glasgow.ac.uk.


Glasgow University Basketball Bursary

‌University of Glasgow Bursaries for Basketball

Launched in 2016, the University of Glasgow bursaries for basketball aim to promote excellence within the Men’s and Women’s University Basketball Clubs to attract the best talent and support athletes in their quest to compete in basketball at the very highest level.  As well as financial support, successful applicants will benefit from free access to University of Glasgow’s sports facilities, strength & conditioning and nutritional support, sports mentoring advice and assistance with negotiating academic flexibility. 

The Dr Anne Ferguson Bursary for Basketball

Applications are welcome from any active or prospective member of the Glasgow University Women’s Basketball Club. £500 awards are made annually during Semester One.  

Gordon Josey Bursary for Basketball

Applications are welcome from any active or prospective member of the Glasgow University Men’s Basketball Club. £500 awards are made annually during Semester One.  

Sandy Sutherland Bursary for Basketball

Applications are welcome from any active or prospective member of the Glasgow University Men’s or Women's Basketball Club. £500 awards are made annually during Semester One.  

Applicants must be enrolled at the University on the date at which applications close and must be actively participating within the University Men’s or Women’s Basketball team to be eligible for these awards. Please apply via the application form found here:

Sports Bursary Programme Application Form 2021-22

Applications open May 2021 and close Sunday 26 September 2021.

Please note: As part of the application form you will be required to submit a reference statement from your coach or other representative. Please ensure that you have this statement ready before beginning your application. Whilst applications will be considered without this reference, it may affect your chances of a successful application.

 


Winning Students

winning students logoWinning Students is Scotland's national sports scholarship programme, supporting student athletes with annual scholarships up to £5,500 to help them achieve their sporting and academic goals.

Find out more at www.winningstudents-scotland.ac.uk.

It is funded by the Scottish Funding Council and run by the University of Stirling.

The programme currently supports more than 150 students, including:

  • Reece McFadden: Commonwealth Games Boxing Bronze medallist, New College Lanarkshire Joinery student
  • Karen Drake: Paralympic Cycling Silver medallist, The Open University student
  • Laura Muir: 800m World Championship Finalist, University of Glasgow Veterinary Medicine student

Find out more about Winning Students programme.


Colin Montgomerie Scholarship

This prestigious award is given to the most talented student golfer at the University and is deserved recognition for the time athletes dedicate to the continued development of their game. In addition to being awarded the Claret Jug, the winner will be awarded £400 towards golf related expenses.

The Glasgow University Golf Club will select this golfer during Semester 2 each year.