Promoting careers in these areas by providing financial assistance to students where finance causes an obstruction to education and a future career.
There is no minimum award, however the maximum award to an individual is £4,500 per annum. The maximum period of award is for the length of the qualification, or for three years whichever is the greatest.
There will be a maximum of two awards given each year.
Selection Criteria and Application Requirements:
BASC’s decision is final.
Application forms are available below – they can be downloaded and then either completed electronically or printed off and completed by hand.
Submission of the completed application form can be by post or email, see details at the foot of these guidance notes.
Please do not send in membership cards; send in a scan or photocopy of the card along with your application form.
Submission of application forms:
Please submit your completed application form electronically to:
Or by post to:
FAO Sandra Forkin
BASC Legacy Funded Scholarship Programme,
The British Association for Shooting and Conservation
Telephone 01244 573 034
The 2020 Legacy Scholarship recipients were chosen in August 2020 and have provided feedback on their chosen programme of study…
Name: Hannah Thompson
Course of study: Masters by Research in Endangered Species Recovery and Conservation
Location of study: Nottingham Trent University (NTU)
“I was absolutely over the moon and extremely grateful to be awarded the legacy scholarship from BASC. This will enable me to pursue my dream of working dogs in the field of conservation.”
“I can’t wait to start my project looking at the efficacy of conservation dogs in the field under the supervision of Dr Samantha Bremner-Harrison, Senior Lecturer and Course Leader, at Nottingham Trent University, and Dr Jacqueline Boyd, Animal Scientist and Senior Visiting Research Fellow at NTU.”
“I hope that this work will enable us to make scientifically informed decisions about the use of working dogs as a fundamental, rather than a complementary, tool in conservation and species recovery in the UK.”
Name: Charlie Newman
Course of study: Level 3 Advanced Technical Extended Diploma in Land & Wildlife
Location of study: Sparsholt College
“I am so incredibly grateful to BASC for this opportunity”.
“To be able to use these funds for additional qualifications outside of my college course will really extend my skillset and provide a great foundation for my future career in deer and wildlife management. Having access to these additional learning opportunities is invaluable”
“The scholarship will also allow me to cover costs for some of the specialist equipment needed.”
“A huge thank you to everyone at BASC”.