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The Ethel and Gwynne Morgan Trust Bursary

The Ethel and Gwynne Morgan Trust Bursary

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The Ethel and Gwynne Morgan Trust Bursary worth £4,500 is given annually to a new postgraduate student beginning on one of CAT’s Graduate School of the Environment postgraduate courses. With thanks to a generous donation from The Ethel and Gwynne Morgan Trust.

The generous donation from the trust, whose main aims and activities focus on the advancement of education in science in Wales, will partly fund a student who would otherwise be unable to study on a postgraduate course because of their financial situation and is aimed at those who wish to apply the knowledge and skills they learn in a practical way to combat the climate and biodiversity crisis in Wales.

On awarding the bursary to CAT, The Ethel and Gwynne Morgan Trust said “Climate change is a challenge for us all. The aims of the Ethel and Gwynne Morgan Trust include educational advancement and environmental improvement. One of our trustees visited CAT recently and told us of its commitment to reduction in carbon footprint and its innovative educative program.  So we are delighted to offer a bursary with a focus on learning and research to reduce climate change and develop a sustainable future for generations to come.“

Applications for the bursary for those starting in 2023 are now closed.

Other funding opportunities are also available to new students including the annual Sir John Houghton Bursary, the Llwyngwern Bursary and The Rose Jessica-Maia Bursary.

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