John Moran Educational - Trust Making financial awards to support the entry into higher education
Student Profiles

The Trust has made awards to over forty two deserving students from the Merseyside region since it was set up in 2003. Here’s more about what these students did with their awards, and what it meant to them:

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This student was given a one off grant to purchase a laptop

I am a nineteen year old student living at home with my Aunty and twin sister. I currently have an unconditional offer to study accountancy at Liverpool Hope University which I will start September 2015. I studied my A levels at North Liverpool Academy, studying Maths, Business and Economics. 
I chose to study accountancy at university because I have an interest in numbers. I enjoy maths and problem solving which is a main part of accountancy. I also took part in work experience at KPMG, working within the tax department giving me an insight into the kind of things I would be learning to do. The work experience confirmed my choice of career and made me more confident of making the right choices for my future.

I have a part time job working as a warehouse assistant for a cash and carry where I will continue working during my time at university. 

The money which I have been awarded by the trust will benefit me in so many ways. Firstly it will help me financially as although I have a job which means that I have regular money coming in I don't want to work all the time. I want to experience everything I can at university and do well and working a lot would stop me from doing this. I will get a lot of support from home but coming from a single parent family, receiving the award will take some of the pressure off my aunty. The award will also help me socially. Although I do live in Liverpool I plan to move into halls, staying at home would benefit me more but being a shy person, moving out now will help me experience things I wouldn't if I stayed at home, such as making friends and enjoying university.

During my free time I enjoy music, I play the flute where I am part of a marching band therefore during my time at university I would want to take part in music groups. 

I am very appreciative of the trust for awarding me this money which will be used to purchase a laptop as I currently do not have one. I cannot wait to start my journey through university.