The Elizabeth Creak Charitable Trust are generously funding postgraduate scholarships to support students interested in pursuing a career in the agri-food sector. The principle aim of the Trust is to provide support and encourage new blood in farming through education and other means, and to finance projects to help agriculture succeed and ultimately thrive in a challenging environment.
Clyde Higgs Scholarships
Thanks to the considerable generosity of the Elizabeth Creak Charitable Trust, Clyde Higgs Scholarships are available to UK applicants for the MSc courses Environmental Bioscience in a Changing Climate, Food Security, and Sustainable Crop Production: Agronomy for the 21st Century.
The Clyde Higgs Scholarships are valued greatly by their recipients and enable them to focus on their studies. The reach that Warwick alumni have into the food/farming/environment area is increasingly impressive. They are employed in some of the key organisations (e.g. AHDB, Defra, LEAF, Agrii, Syngenta, Bayer, Elsoms Seeds, Tesco, Rothamsted Research, NIAB-EMR, Stockbridge Technology Centre, Fargro) that underpin the UK farming industry and are well-placed to be the influencers and leaders of the future.
Clyde Higgs Scholars
I cannot thank The Elizabeth Creak Charitable Trust enough for the Clyde Higgs Scholarship, it has been fundamental in allowing me to progress through the MSc programme. The Trust recognises the potential of the next generation pursuing careers within the agri-food sector. I have been able to take my career in a new direction and focus on something that I am truly passionate about.
Lori-Leah, Clyde Higgs Scholar
MSc Sustainable Crop Production: Agronomy of the 21st Century
I would like to sincerely thank The Elizabeth Creak Charitable Trust for the Clyde Higgs Scholarship which has provided me with the financial security to help me dedicate all my time and passion to the course. I am honoured to have been selected and I am determined to pay back the generosity through a career in food security and helping agriculture thrive in a challenging environment.
Sam, Clyde Higgs Scholar
MSc Food Security