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Pupils’ potential rewarded

Kush Sutaria and (below) Jack Davies at the Institution of Engineering and Technology in London (Photos by Andrew Wiard).

Kush Sutaria and (below) Jack Davies at the Institution of Engineering and Technology in London (Photos by Andrew Wiard).

Students Kush Sutaria and Jack Davies of Leicester Grammar School were awarded prestigious Arkwright Engineering Scholarships.

They visited the Institution of Engineering and Technology in London recently.

The Arkwright Engineering Scholarships support young people from across the UK who have the potential to be industry’s future leaders in engineering and design.

During their sixth-form studies, scholars receive £600 to support their technical courses and have access to a range of exciting opportunities to learn more about engineering, such as mentoring and company visits.

The school also receives £400 per Scholar.

Scholars are selected following a rigorous selection process comprising a detailed application form, a two-hour aptitude exam and an interview hosted at a top engineering university.

The National Director of the Arkwright Scholarships Trust, Dr Martin Thomas, said: “This year’s assessment process was extremely tough. Any secondary school can become affiliated to enter students, and this year we had 1103 applicants competing for just 335 Scholarships.

“Kush and Jack and all of our new scholars have absolutely phenomenal potential for future careers in the engineering profession. Congratulations to them both!”

 

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