Two Fermanagh students at Harper Adams University have jointly won the Vaughan Trust/ Harper Adams Scholarship for 2015.
James Law from Ederney, enrolled on the BSc(Hons) Agriculture with Marketing course, and Jack McFarland from Kesh, studying BSc(Hons) Agriculture with Animal Science, have jointly won the 2015 Scholarship. The Vaughan Trust awards a scholarship annually to the top academic student from Co. Fermanagh studying agriculture or an agriculture related degree course at Harper Adams University.
The Scholarship is worth £1,000 each to Jack and to James, or £2,000 if won outright by one student. The scholarship is in addition to annual Vaughan Trust funding of £800 towards travel paid to each student from Co. Fermanagh, studying agriculture or an agriculture related degree at Harper Adams.