The terms and conditions of applying for and obtaining scholarship whilst studying at Schumacher College can be found below. View all scholarships here >
- Students may send in a scholarship application with their application for a full-time Masters place on the programme of their choice. To apply, applicants must submit a written statement to the question published for the programme of their choice. The statement should be no longer than 500 words and submitted alongside your application.
- The scholarship amount will be awarded as a one-off deduction from the tuition fees.
- Final Scholarship decisions will be communicated to both successful and unsuccessful applicants on.
- Applicants must apply for the full programme on a full-time basis.
- Scholarship Applicants are not obliged to be resident at the College.
- The decision will be based on a combination of (a) what is deemed by the Programme Coordinator as the best response; (b) the course application form; (c) a successful interview; (d) evidence the individual can cover the remaining fees. The decision is not based on financial need.
- Scholarship applicants, both successful and unsuccessful, are also eligible to apply for a bursary at the same or at a different time.
- Any financial information provided will remain confidential and will not be shared with anyone outside of The Dartington Hall Trust.
- Schumacher College reserves the right not to consider an applicant for a scholarship if the entrant is, or has previously been in debt with the Dartington Hall Trust and/or Schumacher College, has previously been withdrawn from the College on Academic grounds, has submitted fraudulent documentation or inaccurate/incorrect information to the College previously.
- Applicants must be available for interview if required (in person or via telephone/Skype).
- Applicants may not under any circumstances defer take-up of the scholarship until a later date.
- The decisions taken by the Programme Co-ordinator are final and not subject to appeal.
- Scholarship recipients who switch to part-time study will be required to immediately pay back to the College 100% of funds awarded. The College may apply discretion where exceptional circumstances are deemed to apply.
- Scholarship recipients who withdraw from their Masters programme at any point will be required to immediately pay back to the College 100% of Scholarship Funds awarded commensurate with the process outlined in the Tuition fee Policy for Withdrawn or Interrupted Students 2019-20. The College may apply discretion where exceptional circumstances are deemed to apply.
- Students in receipt of a scholarship must agree to participate in the College’s evaluation process, including completing a Report Form, for returning to the College at the end of their course.