Academic & Student Affairs

Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

School of English

The School will award  3 scholarships of £200 each at Stage 1 and 3 scholarships of £200 at Stage 2.

They will be awarded on the basis of the highest average marks in examinations taken by students on English pathways.   The awards will be made on the recommendation of the Head of School in consultation with the School Management Board.

School of History and Anthropology

The School of History and Anthropology will award at both Stage 1 and Stage 2, one Scholarship of £300 and two Scholarships of £150, which will be tenable for 1 year.  The School will allocate the Scholarships on the basis of highest average marks in examination in the relevant Stage to students who are registered for a pathway owned by the School.

These scholarships are open to full-time and part-time students.

School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy

Level 1 and Level 2 scholarships will be awarded to the three best students, based on the average mark received for all six modules in the stage, to include all full-time students and those part-time students who have taken modules that complete the relevant stage/level.  Students taking resits will not be eligible for consideration.

Level 1             3 Scholarships of £200
Level 2             3 Scholarships of £200

These scholarships are open to full-time and part-time students.

School of Music and Sonic Arts

The School will award foundation scholarships for each of the two pathways within the School of Music and Sonic Arts as follows:

Year 1 - 2 awards of £200 each for both pathways based on aggregate highest exam marks.
Year 2 - 1 award of £300 each for both pathways based on aggregate highest exam marks.

As this exceeds the current allocation for foundations scholarships, the School will be responsible for one award to the value of £200.

School of Languages, Literatures and Performing Arts

Stage 1

£200 for the best performance in Spanish
£200 for the best performance in Film Studies

Stage 2

£200 for the best performance in French
£200 for the best performance in Irish and Celtic Studies
£200 for the best performance in German
£200 for the best performance in Drama Studies

The School will allocate the scholarships on the basis of the best academic performance in the relevant subject over the academic year.  The Scholarships will be tenable for one year.

These scholarships are open to full-time and part-time students.

June 2011 (Revised)

School of Law

The School of Law will award three foundation scholarships to the best students on both stages based on performance in the stage 1 and 2 modules.  Full and part-time students will be eligible.

Level 1         3 Scholarships of £200
Level 2         3 Scholarships of £200

Queen's University Management School

The Queen's University Management School will award ten Foundation Scholarships of £120 each tenable for one year.  Six scholarships will be awarded to students in Level 1 and four scholarships will be awarded in Level 2.

Allocation is on both stages of the BSc (Accounting), BSc (Economics), BSc (Finance) and BSc (Business Management) plus BSc Actuarial Science and Risk Management at Level 1 and BSc International Business with a Modern Language at Level 1.  The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of the highest average score across six modules in each stage.

These scholarships are open to full-time students.

School of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work

The School will award a number of scholarships at Stages 1 and 2.  

Four scholarships of £150 will be awarded to the students with the best academic performance in Stage 1.  There will be one scholarship for each of the following pathways: Sociology, Social Policy, Criminology and Social Work (UGR).

Six scholarships of £100 will be awarded to the students with the best academic performance in Stage 2. There will be one scholarship for each of the following pathways:  Sociology, Social Policy, Criminology, Gender Studies and the two Social Work pathways.

These scholarships are open to both full-time and part-time students who are returning to their pathway in the following year.

November 2009 (Revised)