Bursaries & Scholarships
St. Cuthbert's Society annual prizes:
- Principal's Prize of £100 is awarded to a student for sustained and exceptional contribution to the life of the college.
- Vice Principal's Prize of £100 is awarded to a student who has made an exceptional contribution to arts and culture within the college.
- Postgraduate Prize of £100 is awarded to one postgraduate for outstanding academic achievement.
- Senior Common Room prize of £100 is awarded to a student who has made the most contribution to the voluntary and chairity sector.
- The Norton Prizes of £50 is awarded to 9 first year students, 3 from each Faculty, for outstanding academic performance.
- The Charles Holmes Prize of £250 is awarded to a final year student for the best academic performance.
- The Craggs Prize of £70 is awarded to a student in the School of Biological Sciences for the best academic performance.
The Tim Hughes prize of £100 is awarded to the best performance during the academic year by a part-time student.
Student Development Awards (Henry Tudor Fund)
The college has 2 types of awards for current students:
- Group Award - £500
- Individual Award - £250
The Awards are used to support and reward current students who are involved in community work, voluntary and other charitable activities. Deadline for applications for 2012 - 2013 is Friday 8th March 2013.
College Choral Scholarships
The college provides financial to support our arts and culture. We will be offering the following scholarships to current students:
- Director of Musical (£250 pa)
- Assistant Director of Music (£200 pa)
- Soprano Scholar (£100 pa)
- Alto Scholar (£100 pa)
- Tenor Scholar (£100 pa)
- Bass Scholar (£100 pa)
Further details are available on the college website; auditions will be held during the second week of the Michaelmas Term. Anyone interested in applying should contact the Senior Tutor in the first instance.
St Cuthbert's Society is the only college which provides a scholarship to two ex-forces people. This is to honour the students who in 1946, many of whom fought in the Second World War, refounded St Cuthbert's Society; without their dedication, the college would not exist today. The scholarship is for a period of three years and details are as follows:
- £3000 per annum which will constitute support directly associated with either tuition fees or as assistance towards accommodation and catering;
- Free membership of the JCR (£30);
- Exemption from JCR Facilities Charge (£50 one of payment);
- Free tickets to college formals (+ one).
Details about the are available from the Vice Principal/Senior Tutor - Sharon.email@example.com.