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All students entering the University for the first time to undertake a primary degree, and who have achieved at least three ‘A’ grades at A-Level (including AVCEs), are eligible to enter the University’s annual A-Level Entrance Scholarship Competition to receive one (or more) of the following awards:

  • Sullivan Scholarship - £800 per annum for three years (1 award)
  • David Russell Lappin Scholarship - £600 per annum for three years (1 award)
  • John Sinclair Porter Scholarship - £600 per annum for three years (2 awards)
  • Sullivan (RBAI) Scholarship - £200 per annum for three years (1 award)
  • Reid-Harwood Scholarship - £800 per annum for three years (1 award)
  • Megaw Scholarship - £1,500 for one year (1 award)
  • Pakenham Scholarships - £200 per annum for three years (2 awards)
  • Dunwoody Scholarships - £500 per annum for three years (2 awards)

The recipients will be determined on the basis of their three best A-Level marks, combined with individual criteria of awards.  The onus will be on each applicant to submit documentary evidence of their uniform examination marks at A2 level, together with their completed application form. Only the successful candidates will be contacted once the exercise is complete. 

All awards are subject to funding availability. 

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The competition will be launched in August 2020.

The closing date for applications is normally in October, with winners identified by the Scholarships and Awards Group in November.