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Rosa Morison Scholarship in English Language and Literature
Founded in 1912 by the will of Miss Rosa Morison, Lady Superintendent of Women Students, 1883-1912, "for the promotion and encouragement of the study of and proficiency in English Language and Literature"
- A Scholarship to the value of £200, known as the Rosa Morison
English Language and Literature, may be awarded in each session for
distinguished work in these fields.
- The Scholarship is awarded by the Council on the
recommendation of the
Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
- Candidates must be past or present women students of the
College, must have
attended for not less than five terms a course of study in the Faculty
and Humanities, and must intend to pursue a course of research.
- No application is necessary.
- The qualifications of the candidates are considered by the Quain
of English Language and the Lord Northcliffe Professor of Modern
Literature, who advise the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
- Normally the Scholar elected must pursue a course of study and
a higher degree at University College. She may be permitted, in
circumstances, to pursue a course elsewhere if the Faculty of Arts and
- The Scholarship is awarded in the first instance for one
session, but may be
renewed for a second session on the recommendation of the Faculty of
- Awards are subject to the provisions of the General Regulations.
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