Montserrat student awarded prestigious Chevening Scholarship

 

Skerritt will be the recipient of one of only two scholarships to be awarded to the Overseas Territories by Chevening for the next academic year. A candidate in Anguilla has been awarded the second one.

Skerritt, who is the assistant engineer at the Public Works Department, has a first degree from the University of the West Indies in the field of Science Engineering (Civil Engineering) and under his Chevening award will study for a Masters of Science in Infrastructure at the University of Nottingham.

Michael is the son of Financial Secretary John Skerritt and former head of the STI/HIV/AIDS Unit Angella Skerrit. He will commence his studies in late September of this year.

Governor Adrian Davis extended his personal congratulations to Skerritt on this achievement.

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