The Marshal Papworth Scholarships are designed to support postgraduate students from developing countries studying land based courses such as Horticulture, Conservation and Agriculture; they are made possible by the generosity of the late Marshall Papworth, an English farmer and member of the East of England Agricultural Society.
A list of qualifying countries can be found at marshalpapworth.com International students from developing countries who have been offered admission to a taught Masters course at Writtle University College may apply for a Marshal Papworth Scholarship.
Students must hold an unconditional offer from the College. This is a prerequisite for the scholarship application. The closing date for applications is early spring, so students are encouraged to make their applications for the Masters course in autumn/winter.
Applications for Marshal Papworth Scholarships are not made directly to the trust, but via the University College Postgraduate Coordinator (Dr Anya Perera).
Please note, the next application phase will open in the Autumn of 2021 for the 2022/23 entry.