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Summary

A significant amount of the funding available to students to support their extra-curricular interests and personal development has been made possible from the generous donations of the University's Alumni. To ensure that this support continues in the future current students are needed to work on the Annual Giving Programme telephone fundraising campaign. If you would be interested in giving your time to help future students and in return gain some valuable experience as well as financial incentives, please contact the Development and Alumni Relations Office.

Academic Year 2022-23
Number of awards available variable 
Level of study Undergraduate, Postgraduate
Mode of study Full-time, Part-time
Programmes All undergraduate / postgraduate programmes
I am a Classics student, but I aspire to work as a TV producer after I graduate. Having gained experience of film-making with the Durham Student Film Society (of which I am Vice President) I founded Durham Student TV, a society that aims to produce TV programmes made by students, for students. Our funding from the Arts Management Fund allowed us to buy a camera to make these videos, without which this enterprise would not have been able to come to its successful fruition.

Zenia Selby
BA Classics

Eligibility

  • Read the Arts Management COVID-19 Guidance
  • If you receive support for an activity you must submit your final accounts and/or your report before an additional application can be considered
  • Due to funding restrictions, the Arts Management Group are unable to approve applications for consumable items
  • Funding will be provided for personal development rather than career or academic development
  • Retrospective applications will not normally be considered i.e. activities that are scheduled to take place before each terms outcome notification date

Not sure if you're eligible? Contact us for advice.

How to apply

  1. Complete a scholarship application

    Applications accepted from

    1st November 2022

     

    Please note: With the exception of the Easter term, applications not received by the relevant term's deadline will be carried forward for consideration at the next scheduled meeting.

     

    Ensure you have read and understood the Arts Management COVID-19 Guidance.

     

    Application deadline:

    • Michaelmas Term: 22nd November 2022
    • Epiphany Term: 31st January 2023
    • Easter Term: 2nd May 2023

     

    When candidates will hear the outcome of their application:

    • Michaelmas Term: by 7th December 2022
    • Epiphany Term: by 16th February 2023
    • Easter Term: 25th May 2023

     

    In order to make an application for funding, please follow the instructions below and please ensure you complete all the relevant sections - incomplete applications will not be accepted:

     

    Group Applications:

    1. Complete the online application form
    2. Send an EXCEL spreadsheet of your organisation accounts to scholarship.application@durham.ac.uk. Please ensure the name of your Organisation is shown on the spreadsheet.  Due to access restrictions please do not submit share point documents.

     

    Individual Applications:

    1. Complete the online application form
    2. If you would like to provide any additional information to support your application please email a Word document to scholarship.application@durham.ac.uk. Please ensure your name and the fund you are applying to is clearly shown on the document.  Due to access restrictions please do not submit share point documents.
  2. Selection

    Your application will be considered by academic members of the University with expertise in Music and Arts along with colleagues from Experience Durham with relevant experience.

Guidance

Durham University makes every effort to ensure that the information published or contained on its website is accurate. However, the University cannot guarantee the information may not subsequently be altered owing to circumstances beyond the University's reasonable control. Such circumstances include (but are not limited to) changes in Government policy or change of law. Whilst any changes will be incorporated into the University's website any person wishing to clarify the details of a particular scholarship/s should contact the University at scholarships.advice@durham.ac.uk.

 

Get in touch

If you have any questions about whether you are eligible for a scholarship or the application process, get in touch with our Scholarships and Student Funding Office:

Scholarships and Student Funding Office

Durham University

Palatine Centre

Stockton Road

DH1 3LE, UK

 

Telephone: +44 (0)191 334 6395