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Sixth Former awarded Bulkeley-Evans HMC Scholarship

Sixth former Emily S has been awarded a Bulkeley-Evans Scholarship for 2022-23.

Emily S at this year's Speech Day

The HMC Scholarship Fund awards about 30 to 35 scholarships a year to suitable boys and girls in HMC schools for appropriate gap year projects for their time between school and university. The charity awards are made to candidates of suitable character and promise who plan to complete a project that will benefit the community or communities in the country or countries visited.

Emily has been awarded this prestigious award for her gap year project in Nepal, and she will return to Bryanston in 2023 to talk to the Sixth Form about her experience.

Neil Mason, Bulkeley-Evans Scholarship Administrator, commented: “HMC has this excellent fund to support gap year plans, and it is now blossoming and attracting more applications. We are delighted to give Emily one of our awards.”

Emily added: “I am really grateful for this scholarship to carry out my project in Nepal. I am going to be working with Rights4Children in Pokhara to develop a sports project. Athletics has always meant a lot to me, and the aim of this project is to start a running group, using the grant to go towards providing running start up kits.”

Click here to find out more about The Bulkeley-Evans HMC Scholarship Fund.