Details about Brian Cooper Scholarship at Durham University 2023
Brian Cooper Scholarship at Durham University 2023 is offered for Bachelors degree in the field of All subjects offered by the university. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 21 Mar 2023. This scholarship is provided by Durham University and the value of this scholarship is Full Funding, £13,000 per academic year . This scholarship is open for: Open to students from Durham country.
- Degree: Bachelors
- Provided by: Durham University
- Deadline: 21 Mar 2023
- Scholarship value: Full Funding, £13,000 per academic year
The Brian Cooper Scholarship Fund will provide an annual scholarship to a local student in need of financial assistance. This scholarship is available thanks to a very generous donation by the family of Brian Cooper and will enable Durham University to award at least one £13,000 scholarship for several years. This Scholarship complements the existing work that the University is undertaking to attract talented students from the region to study at Durham.
Eligibility for the Brian Cooper Scholarship:
- Applicants must have a household income level below £42,875 as assessed by Student Finance England.
- Candidate must be resident in County Durham, at the point of submitting an academic application through UCAS for a place at Durham University, with preference being given to residents of the East of Durham. Residence in the East of County Durham is defined as residing in one of the following postcode regions: DH4, DH5, DH6, SR7, SR8, TS27, TS28 and TS29.
- Student must be educated at a state-maintained school, college or another secondary education provider.
- All eligible applications will be considered on the basis of their personal statements, reference and academic status.
- Other scholarship awards may also be taken into account when considering the allocation of the scholarship (e.g. if you are eligible, you can apply for both the Brian Cooper Scholarships and the Robert Young Scholarship, but you can only hold one of the awards).
The amount of £13,000 per academic year which contributes to:
- Tuition fees
- Living costs
- Other associated costs of study