Fellowship’s Sassoon Scholarship Open for Entry

Fellowship's Sassoon Scholarship Open for Entry

The late, great Vidal Sassoon’s passion for education lives on through the Sassoon Scholarship, offered exclusively to Fellowship members and providing an unparalleled opportunity to learn from the Sassoon Academy, with generous support from Denman International.

After a slight delay owing to lockdown, the 2020 Sassoon Scholarship is now open for entry, with a new online element providing increased accessibility. One lucky recipient will now be given the opportunity to choose two in-person Sassoon Academy courses, as well as two online Sassoon Academy courses. The winner will also receive a professional tool kit and can claim up to £50 per day towards travel and accommodation costs, courtesy of Denman International. On top of that, the Scholarship recipient will also receive PR profiling through the Fellowship. 

“Vidal Sassoon was Patron of Honour for the Fellowship, and dedicated to supporting the next generation of hairdressing talent,” comments Fellowship for British Hairdressing President, Ken Picton. “The Sassoon Academy offers some of the best training in the world, but it’s not always within reach of every hairdresser. With this in mind, the Sassoon Scholarship was set up with the support of Denman International to make this world-class education available to all. We can’t wait to see this year’s applicants, and are delighted to be able to offer a life-changing education opportunity to one lucky recipient after what has been a challenging year for the industry.”

To apply, hairdressers need to fill out a form on the Fellowship for British Hairdressing’s website (see link below),  outlining their career achievements to date and explaining why they think they deserve this incredible opportunity. The closing date for entries is Friday 18th September. After this date, 12 candidates will be interviewed online, with a shortlist announced on Friday 25th September. The judging panel will consist of members of the Fellowship Chancellery, as well as a representative from each supporting company. 

The judges’ decision is final and courses must be taken between October 2020 and May 2021 and are subject to availability.

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