Bank of Bermuda Foundation Sir Henry Tucker University Scholarship
Donor: Bank of Bermuda Foundation
9 Bermudiana Road Hamilton HM 11 Bermuda Attn: Katrina Barclay (Tel 299-5306)
Bank of Bermuda Foundation has supported many different charitable organisations over the years. We are very proud to have been able to assist them. We are very pleased to support further education to Bermudians and offer up to 21 scholarships and bursaries annually.
By providing the Bank of Bermuda Foundation Sir Henry Tucker University Scholarship
and Education Grants, we can help ensure the future of our youth and the Island.
Sir Henry Tucker, K.B.E., J.P., joined Bank of Bermuda in 1934 as Secretary. Four years
later he became General Manager and served until 1969. Upon his retirement he was
elected Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors of The Bank of Bermuda Limited
(the Bank) and served in this capacity until 1985. Sir Henry was an elected member of
the House of Assembly from 1938 to 1948 and from 1953 to 1970. In 1964, he formed
the United Bermuda Party and was Government Leader until he stepped down in 1972.
Bank of Bermuda Foundation offers this Scholarship to young Bermudians to
encourage them to achieve their aspirations through the pursuit of higher education.
It is offered also as a tribute to Sir Henry Tucker who made a great contribution to
Bermuda and to the Bank throughout his distinguished career.
To be eligible for a Bank of Bermuda Foundation Sir Henry Tucker
University Scholarship or Education Grant the candidate must:
a) be Bermudian or hold Bermuda status;
b) be not less than 17 years of age as of the first day of July in the
year of application;
c) have been educated in Bermuda for at least five years;
d) be able to identify specific educational or professional goals or
e) be willing, on completion of their studies, to return to Bermuda
and render service to the community.
f) have a GPA of 3.0 (B) or better
Please provide the following documentation:
1) A copy of your current transcripts
2) Your personal statement (at least 200 words including why your chosen field is relevant to Bermuda)
Please note failure to do so will be taken as a withdrawal.