Application is now open for the Durham University Dean’s Scholarship. Interested applicants are encouraged to send in their applications before the deadline date.
About Durham University and Scholarship
In Durham, England, Durham University (officially the University of Durham) is a coeducational public research university that was established in 1832 by an act of parliament and incorporated in 1837 by royal charter. After Oxford and Cambridge, it was the first recognized university to open in England in more than 600 years, making it, according to accepted historical tradition, England’s third-oldest institution. As a collegiate university, its primary duties are split between the institution’s academic departments and its 17 colleges. In general, colleges are in charge of students’ living conditions and welfare whereas departments are in charge of research and teaching.
The institution is a part of the Russell Group of British research universities and has affiliations with the Matariki Network of Universities, the Coimbra Group, the regional N8 Research Partnership, and other international university organizations. The university’s grounds have 83 listed structures, from the brutalist students’ union from the 1960s to Durham Castle from the 11th century. Together with Durham Cathedral, the university also owns and operates the Durham World Heritage Site. Durham Castle, Palace Green, and the adjacent structures, notably the iconic Cosin’s Library, are all owned by the university.
The school is excited to announce a new Dean’s Scholarship across the faculties of arts and humanities or social sciences and health to help highly qualified home fee-paying students who wish to enroll in a postgraduate taught master’s program in the academic year 2023–2024. Except for the PGCE programs and the Master of Social Work, the majority of taught master’s programs in the faculties of arts and humanities and of social sciences & health are eligible for consideration.
Details about Durham University Dean’s Scholarship:
Scholarship Sponsor: Durham University, UK
Scholarship Value: £2,500
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: Masters
Host Institution(s): Durham University, UK
Eligibility Criteria for Durham University Dean’s Scholarship
Applicants are advised to meet the following conditions to be qualified for Durham University Dean’s Scholarship:
- a legitimate offer or spot in a full-time postgraduate taught master’s program from the faculty of arts and humanities or the faculty of social sciences and health;
- must be categorized as a Home student to pay tuition;
- can either deliver a first-class degree or, in the case of an applicant who was impacted by the marking assessment boycott (MAB) and is presently unable to do so, can show or give proof that they are on course to receive a first-class degree.
Application Process for Durham University Dean’s Scholarship
Apply for a Course
- You are automatically eligible for this Scholarship if you apply for a postgraduate taught master’s program in the Faculty of Arts & Humanities or the Faculty of Social Sciences & Health (excluding all PGCE programs and the Master of Social Work) that begins in September or October 2023. You do not need to submit a separate application.
- You can apply here: Applicant Portal
- They will assist you in moving on to postgraduate studies if you have been impacted by the boycott of marking and assessment going place at various UK universities. Depending on your situation, you will be able to provide proof to your Applicant Portal. Please see the following web page for information: Applicants affected by the marking and assessment boycott.
If you have already applied for a course
- If you are qualified for this scholarship and have already applied or been offered a spot in a postgraduate master’s program that is relevant to you, the university will get in touch with you to confirm your scholarship
You can also visit the official website for further details.
The Submission Deadline is: Not Specified