That is why, as part of our ongoing dedication to supporting talent in the UK construction industry, CRL are helping to fund the next generation of construction superstars.
Every year 10 successful applicants will be awarded a cash prize of £1,000.
This award is designed to help high-performing students with some of the additional costs involved in studying, such as the cost of course materials, textbooks and living expenses.
To be considered for the CRL Scholarship Award, please use our submission form to submit the following
Scans of your A-level certificates demonstrating three A* grades
Contact details of two personal referees
An original 1,000 word essay entitled ‘The Future Of The Construction Industry’
The CRL scholarship is open to:
First-year undergraduates only
Students who have achieved three A* grades at A-Level
Students who have a confirmed place at a recognised UK academic institution for a degree in one of the following disciplines: engineering, construction, architecture
UK students only
The CRL Scholarship rewards academic performance and applicants must display evidence of academic excellence and innovation.This will be demonstrated by:
Academic endorsements by two personal referees
Submission of an essay of no more than 1,000 words entitled ‘The Future Of The Construction Industry
Applicants will be judged by our internal panel and the 10 strongest entrants will be selected to receive the £1,000 cash prize.
Successful applicants will be notified by 1st December 2018.
All scholarship awards will be presented at a ceremony hosted by CRL at a date and venue to be confirmed closer to the time.
“As an organisation of construction insurance specialists, we understand the key part we play in attracting young people to the industry and developing future talent for UK construction. The housebuilding sector has a genuine opportunity to support the way that skills training is developed and delivered, enabling students to live up to their potential from the start of their careers.”
Steve Mansour, CEO
“It is of paramount importance to offer young people a fair chance to show what they are capable of and it is in everyone’s interest to ensure that these students continue on their path to a rewarding career in construction. Part of achieving this goal calls for collaborating with universities to attract potential new entrants into construction-related degrees such as architecture, surveying or engineering.”
Laura McClintock, Head of HR
“Giving young people support to develop their skills is exactly the break that our sector needs to tackle the growing skills shortage the construction industry is facing. There are so many talented students who really deserve a chance to shine. This scholarship is an excellent example of a construction-related company contributing to help students develop a career in our industry.”
Mark Griffin, Business Development Director – Key Accounts
“New generations have unpreceded power to make great changes. The construction industry is going through a technology revolution that will require new talents to cope with new problems but also new opportunities. These scholarships intend to empower young people to go further and faster than any generation ever has in the construction industry.”
Laura Twamley, UK & Ireland Relationship Management Director
The deadline for submissions is 30th September 2018. Any submissions made after this date cannot be considered.