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Wardlaw Scholarships - named after Bishop Henry Wardlaw, the founder of the University - were established in 2002 to enable bright students who have the talent but not the financial means to take up their place and study at St Andrews.
(in memory of Alan John Chalmers, BSc 1979, died June 2021)
By supporting a Wardlaw Scholarship you can help provide a means-tested award of £4,000 per year for the duration of the student's undergraduate degree. The Scholarship will:
"Supporting a Wardlaw Scholarship literally and permanently changes the life of an intelligent young person who is brimming with potential. Through your generosity, they will gain access to a St Andrews education – and the joy, stimulation, and rewards that such an education brings.
This is an immensely precious gift – and a very special thing to do."
Vice Principal Education (Proctor), Professor Clare Peddie
Some of our students describe the very real impact that their Scholarship has had on their lives:
'Without your help, I would never in a million years have had the chance to pursue my passion for astronomy and astrophysics. I'm now hoping to do a PhD in star formation. Thank you for helping to open up such a bright future for me - none of this would have been possible without you!'
'I am studying Art History and I am not sure how I would have managed throughout the pandemic without my Scholarship. It helps pay my bills and food and also with the study materials I need and so much more. I feel as though I have found my place and my people here, and that's something hard to put into words. All I can say is thank you to everyone who helps fund Wardlaw Scholarships like mine. It means everything.'
'Without this Scholarship, I do not know how I would have been able to go to this University, focus on my studies, and be able to take advantage of all the excellent extra-curricular opportunities here. I am certain that studying maths here was the right choice!'
'I was once a very disadvantaged young person, who had no-one around to guide, care and comfort me in my time of need. Now I am proud to say that I am a student at a top university with big dreams for the future. I'm now thinking about pursuing a career in environmental law. I haven't had the chance to travel much in my life so far and would love to see all the parts of the world that I learnt so much about in my degree.'
You can donate now to the Wardlaw Scholarship Fund:
You can also support our students in other ways:
Photo credits: University of St Andrews, Gayle McIntyre; Black and white pier walk photo by Mr George Allan Little