The Martin Bequest (BSc Applied Health - Medical Education)

Conditions

Dr Martin left a generous gift in his will to establish an endowment in the University’s School of Medicine. The endowment funds an annual scholarship of £4,000 to the highest ranking Leeds medical student on the BSc Applied Health (Medical Education) programme.

Please note that, if there are students from different year groups on this programme, the award will be divided equally between the highest ranking students in each year group within the programme.

School of Medicine awards are made to students pursuing an intercalating programme study at the University of Leeds. For the purpose of making awards to medical students who are intercalating, the School ranks students within the year cohort according to the score achieved in the most recent Integrated Summative Examination (ISE). Students in Year 1, Year 2, Year 3 and Year 4 of the MBChB programme take ISEs at the end of each year of study. It is the highest ranking in the relevant ISE which determines the recipient of the above awards.

No student will receive two awards; the student will always receive the greater monetary award and the second award will be re-awarded to the next appropriate student.

Recipients of the awards are to write to the donor to thank him/her/the family where appropriate and to state what programme and research they are taking.

In future, recipients of awards are invited to provide the School with an annual update of their career. Recipients are asked to acknowledge the award in oral presentations and project reports.

Please be aware that the amounts were correct at the time of publication but that all scholarships are subject to affordability and future funding.

Further information

The endowment funds an annual scholarship of £4,000 to the highest ranking MBChB University of Leeds student on the BSc Applied Health (Medical Education) programme.

Please note that, if there are students from different year groups on this programme, the award will be divided equally between the highest ranking students in each year group within the programme.