Nomination for UG Scholarships or Exhibitions
Scholarships may be recommended for a student whose achievement indicates that a first class result in Finals is likely.
Exhibitions may be recommended for a student whose achievement indicated that a first class result in Finals is achievable. The award of an exhibition to students whose current level of performance falls just short of first class and is designed to encourage them to push on to cross the threshold. The awards should be subsequently withdrawn if the student does not progress in the direction of first class performance.
Tutors retain discretion to recommend scholarships and exhibitions to any of their students on the basis of work of a consistently high standard, or excellent reports over three terms. In recommending students for these awards tutors should believe the student is capable of achieving a first class degree.
Tutors retain discretion to recommend college prizes for academic achievement that warrants recognition, such as consistently hard work, very good academic achievement in adverse personal circumstances, significant improvement in academic performance in relation to previous academic performance (for example, a student who typically achieves a mid 2:2 average who achieves an average of a high 2:1 in collections), excellent long vacation or research project work.
Please submit this form at least one week before the Education Committee meeting at which you would like the nomination form to be considered.
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