Do you want £18,000 to go towards further crafts training?
The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST) awards scholarships up to £18,000 to talented and aspiring craftspeople working in a broad range of skills. From farriery and jewellery design, to silversmithing, dry stone walling, glassblowing, cheese maturing, sculpture and much more. QEST scholarships are to support craft training, whether it be through college courses, vocational training, a series of short courses, one-to-one training with a master craftsperson or other forms of training.
The ‘How to Apply’ sessions providing advice and tips on submitting a successful application are now fully booked. However, you can be added to the wait list or sent a recording of the sessions by emailing email@example.com
Scholarship applications are open 10 January – 14 February 2022.
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QEST celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2020 and since 1990 has awarded over £5million to 650 individuals working in over 130 different crafts. QEST define craft broadly and welcome applications from all areas including rural skills, contemporary craft, conservation, luthiery and much more.