|2012/13||Matthew Henney||Dartmoor Brewing Ltd||England||Southern||Master Brewer Training Module 2|
|2012/13||Sarah Marshall||Shepherd Neame Ltd||England||Southern||UK Residential Training for Modules 1|
|2012/13||John Smits||Galway Bay Brewery||Ireland||Irish||Distance Learning Module 1|
|2012/13||Douglas Williams||Noah Beers Ltd||Scotland||Scottish||UK Residential Training for Modules 1|
|2012/13||Eunice Tawiah||Accra Brewery Limited||West Africa||Africa||Distance Learning Module 2 and 3|
|2012/13||Hullec Ndunah||African Distillers||Zimbabwe||Africa||Diploma in Distilling Exam Module 1 and 2|
|2010/11||Jason Britton||Cameron's Brewing Company||Canada|
|2010/11||Suzyo Chilongo||Zambia Breweries Group North||Zambia|
|2010/11||Ritwik Bhattacharya||Master (India) Brewing Company||India|
|2009/10||Brad Searle||Lion Nathan||Australia|
|2009/10||Chad Burrows||Little Creatures||Australia|
|2009/10||Kelvin Kayange||Northern Breweries||Zambia|
|2009/10||Sylva Okechukwu Okpara||Sona Breweries||Nigeria|
|2008||Geremi Vespa||Labatt Breweries||Canada|
"The J.J. Morison Scholarship presented me with the opportunity to attend the IBD's Diploma in Brewing courses. What an experience! A respected, enthusiastic team of lecturers, organized presentations, practice exam questions, field trips, socializing with people in the brewing industry from around the world; the courses had everything that I needed to excel in my IBD exams and have a great time while doing so. The lecturers and organizers were always eager to help with questions outside of lecture hours and after the courses were done. I know that I wouldn't have performed as well as I did in my exams without the courses. The IBD courses have been my greatest memories from my still early career in brewing and The J.J. Morison Scholarship made it happen." Geremi Vespa.
This scholarship, which will be managed by the Institute of Brewing and Distilling, has been made possible through funding by the J and J Morison Education Trust. J and J Morison's Edinburgh brewing company joined forces with Scottish and Newcastle in the 1950's, with the Morison family name living on more recently through Mrs Pamela Morison Inches, who, until her death in 2007, was actively involved in supporting brewing education and research by funding students at various UK universities. Mrs Morison also had personal connections with the Institute of Brewing and Distilling, as she held the role of Assistant Secretary at Clarges Street, from 1964 to 1969. The award will be granted to a current employee in the industry, from any country in the world. The education must be provided by a recognised UK institution, and can be full time or part time, residential or by distance learning. Candidates must have the backing of their employer, are expected to be at a relatively early stage of their career, and should be able to demonstrate high levels of attainment either academically or through their career achievements to date. Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, a justification for their eligibility, what UK based educational package and resulting qualification they and their employer considers the most suitable, and how the education would benefit their personal development and value to their employer.