The Ena Baxter scholarship scheme was established with funding from the Gordon and Ena Baxter Foundation to honour one of Gray’s School of Art’s most successful graduates and support current students.

The Gordon & Ena Baxter FoundationAn accomplished artist, Ena Baxter graduated from Gray’s School of Art in 1948 and used her paintings to raise much needed funds for charity.

The Gordon and Ena Baxter Foundation continues to provide financial assistance to those who are making a positive difference to the lives of the people in their local communities. In 2015 it gifted a scholarship package designed to support an undergraduate student studying at Gray’s School of Art.

Mark's story

Mark, a Communication Design student, speaks about the Access RGU Ena Baxter Memorial Scholarship in Creative Arts Scholarship and how this has benefited his university experience.

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  • Access RGU Scholarships


    Funding is available through the Access RGU widening participation initiative, helping groups that are traditionally under-represented at university.