Sanders Memorial Scholarship
A Scholarship for students who are the child of a member of the Navy or Mercantile Marine Service and are entering the first year of an undergraduate programme.
About the scholarship
Application status: Not currently open for applications
Applicable study: Child of member of Mercantile Marine or Navy (See Reg 3) entering first year of any full-time programme
Opening date: 19 October
Closing date: 30 November
Tenure: 3 Years
For: Assistance to children of members of the Navy or the Mercantile Marine
Number on offer: 1
Offer rate: Annually
This Scholarship will be a memorial to the late Lt. Commander W. E. Sanders, VC, DSO, RN. Lt. Commander Sanders was granted the Victoria Cross in recognition of his conspicuous gallantry, consummate coolness, and skill in command of one of His Majesty’s ships in action. He was drowned in 1917 when his ship, the Prize (one of the ‘mystery’ or ‘Q’ ships) was lost with all hands as the result of an engagement with one or more enemy submarines. In 1998 the Scholarship’s fund was augmented by Professor Graham Simpson, a former Sanders Memorial Scholar.
How to apply
Scholarship applications will usually open around six weeks before the closing date. Please read the regulations carefully to be sure you are eligible before you apply.
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