University of the Bahamas Student Scholarships

The Bradley B. E. Roberts Foundation is proud to sponsor an annual $1,000 scholarship for three (3) students, in either their junior or final year of study, at the University of the Bahamas, majoring in any discipline, who are from the Bain and Grants Town Constituency. Those students in completing their junior or beginning their senior year are invited to apply. The Foundation is keen to award academically gifted and accomplished students with a monetary scholarship which they can use to apply to school fees or help to begin their new life after university.

Applicants should submit a personal narrative about what they hope to do upon completely the University of the Bahamas and how the degree that they are currently studying for will help them achieve their goals. Applicants are also asked to include any community service activities, as well as any interests they may have in Bahamian history, geopolitics or genealogy.

“In the framing of the 1964 Constitution of The Bahama Islands, we placed great emphasis on the provisions which guaranteed the under-mentioned civic, so- cial, political, economic and cultural rights.
Before the advent of a written constitution, the legislature of colonial Bahamas was supreme; true, its supremacy was not absolute in the sense in which the United Kingdom Parliament is absolute. As we have already stated, Bahamian legisla- tion was subject to the supervision of the Secretary of State who could withhold his assent if the proposed law infringed certain canons of justice or policy ingrained in the common law of England which had spread its roots throughout the British Commonwealth and struggled to protect the democratic rights of the people.
When internal self-government came into force on January 7, 1964, all those safeguards were entrenched into the constitution and called fundamental rights.”
“The Faith That Moved The Mountain, A Memoir of a Life and The Times of
Sir Randol Fawkes
page 237

Scholarship Application Rules

No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. One award only per person.
Applicants must be currently enrolled as a junior or senior with a declared major. Must be enrolled and attending The University of the Bahamas for the Spring semester or quarters immediately following the scholarship award process.
Submission requirements: A 500 word personal narrative answering the stated question(s), official transcript, résumé showing any employment history, activities, hobbies and community service.
Entries will not be returned.
Only entries post marked or emailed submitted to, on time using the form below, or mailed to P. O. Box N-8208 Nassau, Bahamas will be considered.

Recipients will be selected by independent judges and recipients will be announced by December 10th of each year. Scholarships will be paid on January 10th of each year.
The Bradley B. E. Roberts Foundation will award the following: Three (3) B$1,000 scholarships annually. Employees and immediate family of employees of The Bradley B. E. Roberts Foundation are not eligible for contests or scholarships. No correspondence will be given regarding the competition itself and the selection of the judges is final.
If selected as a recipient of a scholarship administered by the Bradley B. E. Roberts Foundation, you agree to allow your name, excerpts from your personal narrative, and your photograph to be utilized in news releases, online media and publicity materials of the Foundation.
All entries must be received or postmarked by August 31, 2019. All required components for the scholarship must be included with your application. Nothing postmarked or received via the internet after this date will be accepted. Checks will be given directly and only to winning student.

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