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Vice-Chancellor Scholarship 2017-18

Deadline: Deadline: Always Open15-Jan-2017
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Award?1500 in sport and ?3000 in music and drama (per year)
EligibilityGraduate with exceptional musical, dramatic or sporting talent
RegionAbroad
Scholarship provider contact details

University of Bristol, Howard House, Queens Avenue, Bristol BS8 1SN, Department of Music: Professor Katharine Ellis, email katharine.ellis@bristol.ac.uk or telephone +4401173314041, Departments of Theatre/Film and Television: Ms Jess McCormack, email jm5795@bristol.ac.uk or telephone +4401179546050, Centre for Sport, Exercise and Health: Mr Matt Paine, email Matt.Paine@bristol.ac.uk or telephone +4401173311117.

What is Vice-Chancellor Scholarship 2017-18?

The University of Bristol invites applications for the Vice-Chancellor Scholarship 2017-18. This scholarship is for those students who are in graduation and having exceptional musical, dramatic or sporting talent. As the scheme is designed to attract students with exceptional abilities outside their field of study. Total 20 scholars will be awarded within an academic year and the award will be £3,000 for Music and Drama and £1,500 for Sport.

Who can apply for this scholarship ?

Students studying in graduation courses with an exceptional musical, dramatic or sporting talent. A minimum of grade VIII offered by the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (or equivalent). Full details will be sent to short listed students during the first two weeks in February. Any students invited to audition, who are not able to attend on the advertised date, will not be considered for a scholarship.

Extra-curricular engagement with theatre and/or filmmaking, along with achievement in relevant school subjects (eg theatre studies, film studies or other arts/humanities subjects). Successful applicants will have had considerable success at representative level. It would be unusual for an award to be given to a student who had not had International honours, at least at Junior level. Although a student might apply for other scholarships, such as the government funded Talented Athlete Sports Scheme awards, the holder of a Vice-Chancellor’s award must not hold other funded sporting grants.

How can you apply ?

The application can be done by post or by email with the following steps:

Step 1: Download the application form from the website.

For sports

Step 2: Fill the form and sent it by email to Matt Paine (matt.paine@bristol.ac.uk).

Step 3: Or post to Matt Paine, Indoor Sports Centre, Tyndall Avenue, Bristol BS8 1TP.

For music and drama

Step 2: Fill the form and sent it by email to scholarship-submissions@bristol.ac.uk

Step 3: Or post to Recruitment and Admissions Office, University of Bristol, Senate House, Tyndall Avenue, Bristol BS8 1TH 

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