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Leverhulme Scholarships

For students demonstrating the potential for exceptional talent undertaking both undergraduate and postgraduate courses

These major new scholarships have been made possible by the Leverhulme Trust and will be available in 2019/20, 2020/21 and 2021/22.  Recipients will be incoming students on both undergraduate and postgraduate courses who demonstrate the potential for exceptional talent and also financial need.
 
COURSES: 
Undergraduate courses: Any
Postgraduate courses: Any
 
ELIGIBILITY: Home, EU and Overseas
VALUE/NUMBER OF AWARDS: 6 x £10,000 (£5,000 as tuition fee waiver and £5,000 direct to student for living costs)
 
APPLICATION DETAILS: All eligible applicants will be automatically considered for an award based on merit.  You will be notified by email if you have been nominated to go forward to the second stage of Leverhulme Scholarship application. Those applicants will be requested to submit evidence of their financial situation.
 
ABOUT THE DONOR: 
The Leverhulme Trust was established by the Will of William Hesketh Lever, the founder of Lever Brothers. Since 1925 the Trust has provided grants and scholarships for research and education. Today, it is one of the largest all-subject providers of research funding in the UK, distributing approximately £80m a year. For more information about the Trust, please visit https://www.leverhulme.ac.uk and follow them on Twitter @LeverhulmeTrust.
 
Central has received generous grants from the Leverhulme Trust to support its Research activities and also Applied Theatre students.  Since the first grant in 2007, Leverhulme funding has enabled Central’s Applied Theatre students to learn through vital work study projects and to undertake key elements of their training via placements outside London.
 
The grant to Central for the period 2019 to 2022 continues to support opportunities for Applied Theatre students and will also make six new scholarships each year available, with a value of £10,000 each.