Access and scholarships
If you can benefit from studying music at Durham we aim to help you to study here, and we take part in two schemes run by the university for this purpose.
- Supported Progression is a scheme for talented students studying in the north-east who have the potential to study at a university like Durham and who will benefit from additional help and support to reach their full potential.
- Foundation Centre courses prepare students for our BA courses who have not had the opportunity to study for the required A-level grades.
You may be eligible for a scholarship to help support your undergraduate studies: click on the links below for details.
- Vice-chancellor's scholarships for Sport, Music and Arts
- Beecham scholarships
- Laidlaw scholarships
Other sources of scholarships and funding can be found on the Financial Support pages of the Undergraduate Admissions website.
Organ and choral scholarships
For details of Durham Cathedral Choral and Organ Scholarships, please look at the Organ and Choral Scholarship page.
The following Colleges also offer choral and organ scholarships:
College of St Hild and St Bede, University College, Hatfield College, St Chad's College, St John's College, St Cuthbert's Society, St Mary's College and Grey College. Click here for more information on these scholarships.
Any enquiry about general arrangements for interviews should be addressed to Mrs Margaret Rowe, Student Immigration and Finance, Durham University, Palatine Centre, Durham, DH1 3LE. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org