21 New Awards

19th Apr 2022

The Trust is delighted to announce it has made 21 awards amounting to just over £35,000 at the April meeting of Trustees. These awards have been made to exceptional Scots for study in disciplines as varied as Bioinformatics, Marine Biology, Health and Social Care, Trans-Disciplinary Film, and Tropical Disease Biology  at institutions such as the University of Denver, […]

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The American-Scottish Foundation®

22nd Oct 2021

SIET is pleased to announce a new partnership with the American Scottish Foundation. We are launching American Friends of the Scottish International Education Trust and SIET will be a Directed Giving Project under the ASF banner. The American-Scottish Foundation®, was established in 1956 as a bridge between Scotland and the United States. ASF seeks to […]

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Trust Director Mike Ewart steps down

19th Oct 2021

This month our longstanding Director, Mike Ewart, steps down from his role after over ten years in position. Mike has given countless hours of dedication, care and consideration to the Trust and to the process of making awards since 2010. During his tenure, Mike has been responsible for identifying the promising Scots the Trust has […]

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23 New awards announced

20th Sep 2021

We are delighted to announce that at the meeting of Trustees on Friday 10 September, 23 awards totalling £45,750 were made. The awardees’ diverse areas of study include – music, sports psychology, literature, cancer research, physics and astronomy, endangered species conservation and recovery, modern languages, fine art, Japanese knife making, textiles, interior architecture, non-profit administration, economics, […]

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In the Press

28th Jul 2021

Thanks to Times Scotland for their profile of SIET in today’s edition (27/7/21) – pointing up that over the decades the Trust has removed barriers for hundreds of talented Scots. Visit the Times article here >> Download the article >>  

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New Awards

27th May 2021

We’re pleased to announce that at the April meeting of the Trust 12 awards were made amounting to £22,000. These went to individuals studying in the areas of broadcast journalism, sound technology, documentary film making, music performance, bioscience enterprise, restorative justice, criminal justice, social work, politics and international studies, infection biology and advanced immunology.

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