Our scholarships and awards recognise and reward outstanding achievement and ability. All scholarships, awards and prizes are cash awards and do not have to be paid back. These are proposed scholarships for 2019/20 and are subject to ratification by the University.
Students with a talent in Dance, Drama, Music or Sport, who have a portfolio of public performances or have performed at national level, are eligible for this scholarship. See the Performance Application and Criteria 18/19 New Starters (PDF) for full criteria and how to apply.
£3,000 over the period of study.
Students with a talent in Dance, Drama, Music or Sport who have a portfolio of public performances or have performed at national level, are eligible for this scholarship. See the Performance Application and Criteria 18/19 Continuing Students (PDF) for full criteria and how to apply.
£1,000 in the current academic year.
The closing date for this scholarship is the 8th November 2019.
Liverpool Hope University has introduced nine fully-funded music scholarship opportunities, which together are worth more than £40,000.
The nine scholarships are:
The scholarships are for high level tuition, free accommodation and exposure to excellent performance opportunities. For the string scholarships, students will be tutored members of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. Male vocal scholars will have opportunities to perform with the Metropolitan Cathedral choir. Meanwhile the organ scholarship offers a student the chance to be tutored by the Organist and Director of Music at the Metropolitan Cathedral.
The scholarship holders will also participate actively in the musical life of Liverpool Hope through our various choirs and orchestras which regularly perform at official University events and in the community.
Anyone interested in finding out more about the scholarships should contact the Department Administrator.
These scholarships are awarded to the top student in each subject (either single or combined honours). This is determined by highest UCAS points, but the student must have at least 2 A grades at A level or triple starred distinction in a BTEC or equivalent. Only subjects with at least 5 students will be eligible for this scholarship.
£2,000 split over the first 2 years of study
Allocated students from identified schools. The award will be based on community engagement and potential to succeed.
£1,000 over the period of study