The Jenny Walton Masters Awards (BFA)
To be eligible for The Jenny Walton Masters Awards students must be:
- An International Student for tuition fee purposes
- Ordinarily resident in a non-G20 country
N.B. For clarity G20 countries are one of the following: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, European Union, United Kingdom and the United States
- Enrolled on the second year of the full-time BA Fine Art course at Central Saint Martins, UAL starting in October 2020
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The Jenny Walton Masters Awards were established in Jenny’s memory by her family in 2020. The aim of the Award is to enable students from non-G20 member countries in financial hardship to focus upon their studies and embrace the wider creative opportunities available to them as Central Saint Martin students.
The Award of £12,500 is available to one International student ordinarily resident in a non-G20 member country and entering the second year of the BA Fine Art course at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London in October 2020.
The award will be assessed on the basis of firstly, applicants ordinarily resident in a non-G20 member country, secondly, financial need, and thirdly, the applicant’s potential as a leader in their field.
The award will provide a contribution of £5,000 to the recipient in Year 2 of the course and £7,250 in Year 3 of the course towards living expenses and course costs. There will be no payment in the placement year.
Applications are particularly welcome from students who are in financial hardship and will benefit from undergraduate studies to realise their full potential.
Applications for this scholarship must be made by filling in an online application form. More information provided in the guidance notes:
Closing date: 1pm (UK time), Friday 11 September 2020.
Panel interviews for shortlisted applicants will be scheduled for late October/November 2020. The date will be communicated to shortlisted students.
The award will provide a contribution of £5,000 to the recipient in Year 2 of the course and £7,250 in Year 3 of the course towards living expenses and course costs.
There will be no payment in the placement year.
Living expense payments will be paid in termly instalments to the award recipients annually via BACS.
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