We would like to thank Dorothy Walters-Godfree, Elly Williams, Nick Berry, Anna & Grace McQuaid, Margaret Dewey, Santander, Kathryn & Simon Arnold and the Cullum Family for their generous contributions to the Scholarship and Tuition Award programme.
The ARTS Scholarship Programme supports students who are keen to develop their individual arts interests alongside their studies. Successful applicants to the programme can receive up to £2000 (usually £1000) a year, for up to three years and be part of the scholar network, collaborating with like-minded peers and performing at our excellence showcase.
ARTs SCHOLARS typically have a high level of experience in one of the art forms below. Scholars may have shown their work in exhibitions, performances, and/or have won awards. There are scholarships available to all students in any year of study, in the following art forms:
This list is not exhaustive so please contact us if you would like to apply citing an art form not listed above.
ARTS SCHOLARS BENEFIT from a comprehensive scholarship programme which provides the following developmental opportunities:
“I have loved being a music scholar this year, it has allowed and encouraged me to keep my music going; something that I was worried would slip behind when I came to university. The scholarship has been such a great platform for performance opportunities and to meet other like-minded musicians who are fun to work with.” 2016 – 2017 Music Scholar
Applications for 2017-18 have now closed. Please forward any questions to email@example.com
Tuition Awards are granted annually to students who would benefit from financial support to start or continue tuition in their chosen field. The award will cover the costs for tuition in the Spring 2018 Semester. Students applying for a Tuition Award must meet the following criteria:
Applications for 2017-18 Tuition Awards have now closed. Please keep an eye on this page to hear about applications for the 2018-19 academic year.
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Edge arts DEVELOPMENT FUND Exclusively for University of Bath Students. Are you part of a group, student Society or an individual that plans to develop an artistic project, performance or workshop? Each year Edge Arts allocates a pot of money for students or societies to apply for to financially support student led arts events and activity on campus. This could be for a series of workshops, a particular event or even some equipment.
You must be part of the Edge Arts Community to apply to the Development Fund and your project or event must also be available to other Edge Arts Community members. Apart from that, we’re open to suggestions! Please apply at least 3 weeks before the event/project as funding can not be provided in retrospect.
To apply please download the application below and return it to Student Arts Development Manager, Alex Homewood email@example.com