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Description: 

The Thomson Leadership and Innovation Award is a scholarship designed to recruit and support students who are driven to improve the Cayman Islands in areas including, but not limited to, entrepreneurial studies, emerging technologies, design and creative arts and/or the sciences.

The Peter N. Thomson Family Foundation recognises the determination and ambition of students who have thoughtfully crafted dreams to make a difference in the Cayman Islands now and well into the future. The Thomson Leadership and Innovation Award seeks to reward the diligence, creativity, dedication and visions of the country’s most promising and inventive leaders. We seek to inspire scholars to dream big and plan how they will hone skills to bring back a big idea to revolutionize an industry or field in the Cayman Islands. This scholarship is awarded to candidates who are innovators and have a track record of implementing big ideas into successful projects.

To become a Thomson Leadership and Innovation Award scholar, you are a creative thinker and innovator. You have created, lead and/or inspired others to make a measurable impact of change in a community project or in a business. You are passionate and driven to succeed in an emerging field that is underrepresented or wholly not represented in the Cayman Islands, or you desire to bring a completely new perspective to a traditional and longstanding field or industry and require further education to do so.

 

The Award: 

The award is valued up to a maximum of US$30,000.00 per annum, is renewable within limitations and applicable towards the completion of the course of study.  The award will be paid directly to the institution of study and allocated to the student’s account. The award can be used to fund travel, tuition, student and course fees, course texts, materials and supplies and/or housing/living subsistence on campus.

 

Deadline for Applications: 

The deadline for submitting applications has closed for 2021.

For further information on the scholarship, please send an e-mail to pntscholarships@cuc.ky

 

Thomson Scholarship Award Rules & Guidelines Download PDF

 

 

2021 Thomson Award Recipient : Taneil Lee

2021 Thomson Award Recipient : Taneil Lee

Taneil received a scholarship to pursue a Master of Science degree in Physician Associate Studies from Newcastle University in the United Kingdom.

2020 Thomson Award Recipient : Le'Bron McLean

2020 Thomson Award Recipient : Le'Bron McLean

Le'Bron is pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts in Kingston, Jamaica.

2020 Thomson Award Recipient : Carrie McCoy

2020 Thomson Award Recipient : Carrie McCoy

Carrie is pursuing a Master of Science degree in Physician Associate Studies from the University of Brighton in the United Kingdom.

2019 Thomson Award Recipient : Giselle Ebanks

2019 Thomson Award Recipient : Giselle Ebanks

Giselle received a scholarship to pursue a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree from the Queen Mary University of London in the United Kingdom.

2019 Thomson Award Recipient : Simon Tatum

2019 Thomson Award Recipient : Simon Tatum

Simon received a scholarship to pursue a Master's degree in Visual Arts from Kent State University in Ohio. He graduated in May 2021 with the Post Graduate degree and a concentration in Sculpture and Expanded Media.