A talented illustrator with a passion for stained glass, Aimee's Award enabled her to study a specialist masters course in glasswork at the Edinburgh College of Art.
Hailing from Stirling, Juliet is a mezzo-soprano with a voice of distinctive quality. She gained a postgraduate place at the RNCM, reserved for only those students with the greatest talent and potential.
During his 16 years as a chorister with the Paisley Abbey Choir, Graham developed a strong voice and an ambition to become a classical soloist.
Originally from Devon, Jessie grew up in Scotland and studied Fashion at the Gray's School of Art. Her sophisticated technical skills and critical thinking earned her the 2013 BP Design Award.
An outstanding musician with a passion for community arts, Clara was the first person ever to be accepted as a joint trumpeter and classical harpist at the prestigious Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
An exceptional young trombonist from Aberdeen, Adam had the skill and ability to fit into a professional brass section whilst still at school.
A versatile and dedicated trumpet player from Hamilton, Christos aspires to become a professional session musician.
Brought up in a musical family in Kilmarnock, Drishti's talent for singing was prominent from a very early age.
Paul's Award enabled him to complete an MMus in Composition, supporting his ambitions to become a professional composer for screen.
Born and brought up in Scotland by an artistic family, Ian is a London-based cinematographer with a passion for image, story and collaboration.
At just 15, Amy gained a place to study on a BA (Hons) in Professional Dance and Performance. Her ambition is to one day dance with her national company, the Scottish Ballet.
Glasgow-born Hayley studied fashion design at Cardonald College. She went on to gain a first class degree from Grays School of Art and returned home to Glasgow for her masters.
Pierce took the courageous step of leaving university to pursue his true ambitions in dance.
As Graduate in Residence at Gray's School of Art, Kim held workshops for textile students and gave one-on-one tuition. Her ambition is to establish her own brand of textiles, whilst continuing to support the learning of others.
Talented in acting, singing and dance, Danielle's Award enabled her to pursue her ambitions in musical theatre.
Whilst performing in the West End with the National Theatre of Scotland, Martin gained a coveted placed to study at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
One of the founders of The Pipe Factory gallery and studios, Kari was shortlisted for a Margaret Tait Award for her excellence as an artist.
Glaswegian cellist Donald Robinson is tipped to become one of his generation's most important musical ambassadors.
A talented and ambitious artist who graduated from the Mackintosh School of Architecture and the GSA, Jamie received an Award to support him in developing his practice at the Rupert Arts & Education Centre in Lithuania.
At the age of 18, Jamie founded his own theatre company and was an award-winning member of the Falkirk Arts & Civic Council. He received a Dewar Arts Award to support his studies at the RCS.
A skilled conductor, Peter's Dewar Award enabled him to undertake a research degree at the University of Glasgow and explore his fascination with Mozart’s operas.
Writer, director and BAFTA recipient, Rory's Award enabled him to study his craft to the highest level at the National Film and Television School.