A Report: To the Electors of the Gartside Scholarships on the Results of a Tour in Germany and the United States in 1905-6 (Classic Reprint)
The Gartside Reports are the reports made by the Gartside Scholars at the University of Manchester. The Gartside Scholarships were established in 1902 for a limited period, by John Henry Gartside, Esq., of Manchester. They are tenable for two years and about three are awarded each year. They are open to males of British nationality who at the date of the election shall be over the age of eighteen years and under the age of twenty-three years.
Every scholar must enter the University of Manchester for one Session for a course of study approved by the electors. The remainder of the time covered by the scholarship must be devoted to the examination of subjects bearing Upon Commerce or Industry in Germany or Switzerland, or in the United States of America, or partly in one of the above-mentioned countries and partly in others, but the electors may on special grounds allow part of this period of the tenure of the Scholarship to be spent in study and travel in some other country or countries. It is intended that each scholar shall select some industry, or part of an industry, or some business, for examination and investigate this comparatively in the United Kingdom and abroad. The first year's work at the University of Manchester is designed to prepare the student for this investigation, and it partly takes the form of directed study, from publications and by direct investigation, of English conditions with regard to the industrial or commercial subjects upon which research will be made abroad in the second year of the scholarship. Finally each scholar must present a report upon the matters that he has had under examination. The reports will as a rule be published.
The value of a scholarship is about £:80 a year for the time spent in England, £:150 a year for time spent on the Continent of Europe, and about £:250 a year for time spent in America.
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