Private Scholarships 2018/19

There are numerous private scholarships available in the Cayman Islands and on successful application these can be combined with a government scholarship. The amount available annual varies but the large law and accounting firms offer from US$20,000-US$30,000 per year.

Below we list the 2018/19 private scholarships which are available:

Law

  • Appleby Cayman Ltd to study law – up to US$100,0000 total funding
  • Maples Group Legal Scholarship to study law – US$30,00 per year
  • Local Law School Scholarship to study Law – up to CI$7,500 per year
  • Walkers Scholarship Programme to study law
  • Campbells Undergraduate Scholarship – CI$20,000 per year for up to 3 years. Preference given to legal studies.
  • Campbells Scholarship: they offers an overseas undergraduate scholarship of up to US$20K in both the Cayman Islands and the British Virgin Islands, with preference given to applicants pursuing law. Subject to meeting continuing conditions, successful applicants have the potential to be supported for the duration of their degree programme (3 years) with the opportunity for additional support through PPC, LPC (BVC), BPTC or equivalent, at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee.

Tourism

  • Ministry of Tourism to study tourism – CI$10,000

Business/Finance

  • Paul F. Fenton Award to study Business at Bishop’s University – up to CAD 20,000 per year
  • Scotiabank Student Bursary to study an undergraduate degree in business or finance – US$5,000 per student per year
  • KPMG’s Novelette A. Ebanks Inspirational Scholarship to study Accounting, Actuarial Science, Finance or Information Technology

Accountancy

  • PWC Cayman Islands to study Accountancy at an overseas university – up to US$30,000 per year
  • Deloitte scholarship programme to study public accounting – up to US$30,000 per year
  • KPMG Accounting Scholarship Opportunities to study Accounting – up to US$30,000 per year
  • EY Annual Accounting Scholarship – up to US$30,000 per year for up to five years.
  • KPMG’s Novelette A. Ebanks Inspirational Scholarship to study Accounting, Actuarial Science, Finance or Information Technology

Maritime/Nautical

  • The Gwen Bush Memorial Overseas Scholarship to study boat building or maritime affairs – CI$20,000
  • Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands (MACI) to study Marine Engineering, Nautical studies or Maritime Administration – CI$20,000-25,000

Other Specification

  • Cayman Islands Insurance Association to study insurance, risk management or actuarial studies – CI$10,000
  • Dart Scholar High School Scholarship available for high school students with strength in maths and science
  • Credit Union Scholarship to study Financial Cooperatives (Credit Unions) – full scholarship
  • Rotaract Blue Cayman Islands Fred Speirs Vocational Grant to study a vocational or technical course
  • KPMG’s Novelette A. Ebanks Inspirational Scholarship to study Accounting, Actuarial Science, Finance or Information Technology
  • Conyers Dill & Pearman Legal Secretary Scholarship – up to US$25,000 per year
  • Water Authority Scholarship to study a subject relevant to the work of the Water Authority – up to CI$30,000 per year
  • NCVO’s Scholarship Programme – preference will be given to areas of study that are beneficial to the community such as Education, Social Work, Health, Nursing or related fields of study.
  • DMS Education Grant to study a subject that is relevant to DMS and its affiliates – Amount give to be determined but will contribute towards tuition, room and board, meals, books and travel.
  • Greenlight’s Scholarship Program for assistance with local study at UCCI or ICCI or locally based vocational training.
  • Kimpton Seafire’s Scholarship: up to US$25,000 per year for two students. Applicants must be Caymanian, between the ages of 16 and 20, have achieved their high school diploma with a minimum average of B or a GPA of 3.5 over 4 years, and have been accepted onto a 2-year course (max) doing a hospitality related course.

Non-Specified

  • Maples Group Non-Legal Scholarship – up to US$15,000 for up to 3 years
  • State Street Cayman Islands Scholarship – up to CI$20,000 per year
  • Campbells Undergraduate Scholarship – CI$20,000 per year for up to 3 years. Preference given to legal studies.
  • Butterfield Undergraduate Scholarship – up to US$30,000 per year for up to 4 years
  • Rawlinson & Hunter Limited – up to US$30,000 per year for up to 4 years
  • MUFG Alternative Fund Services (Cayman) Limited scholarship – up to US$20,000
  • Ogier Scholarship – up to US$25,000 per year
  • Mourant Ozannes’ Chantal Whittaker Memorial Scholarship
  • Cayman Insurance Managers Association’s Educational Scholarship Trust Fund – up to US$40,000 per year for four years
  • Carey Olsen Articled Clerk Programme
  • Nova’s Love Your Future Scholarship – up to CI$3,000 per year
  • Insurance Managers Association of Cayman Educational Scholarship Fund – up to US$40,000 per year for 4 years
  • William A. Dart Memorial Scholarship – payment of tuition for up to 4 years
  • Corine Thompson Memorial Scholarship Fund – up to CI$2,000 per student per year to study at ICCI or UCCI
  • Campbells Scholarship: they offers an overseas undergraduate scholarship of up to US$20K in both the Cayman Islands and the British Virgin Islands, with preference given to applicants pursuing law. Subject to meeting continuing conditions, successful applicants have the potential to be supported for the duration of their degree programme (3 years) with the opportunity for additional support through PPC, LPC (BVC), BPTC or equivalent, at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee.