Queen's College Johnstone-Need Scholarship
Agriculture, Veterinary and Environmental Sciences, Agriculture, Veterinary and Environmental Sciences/Environmental Sciences, Agriculture, Veterinary and Environmental Sciences/Veterinary Sciences, Architecture, Urban Environment and Building, Behavioural and Cognitive Sciences/Psychology, Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services, Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services/Accounting, Auditing and Accountability, Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services/Business and Management, Economics, Education, Engineering and Technology, Information, Computing and Communication Sciences, Information, Computing and Communication Sciences/Other Information, Computing and Communication Sciences, Language and Culture, Law, Justice and Law Enforcement/Law, Mathematical Sciences/Mathematics, Medical and Health Sciences, Medical and Health Sciences/Dentistry, Medical and Health Sciences/Nursing, Medical and Health Sciences/Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Medical and Health Sciences/Public Health and Health Services, Science - General/Science - General, Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts - General, Studies in Human Society/Social Work, The Arts
The scholarships were established by Dr Walter Johnstone-Need, who resided at Queen's from 1926 to 1931. On completing his studies he pursued a distinguished career as a surgeon in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology. On his retirement he made generous donations allowing scholarships to be given in his name. The support of the scholarship fund is being continued by his widow, Mrs Muriel Johnstone-Need. These scholarships are tenable at Queen's College.
The scholarships are open to undergraduate students who are already resident at the college or to students entering the college at a 2nd-year level or higher. Selection is based on university examinations results. The scholarships can be awarded to any student, but are usually given to students in the medical or health sciences area.
The scholarships cover 15 per cent of the fees at Queen's College.