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Slade Scholarships

Founded in 1870 under the will of Mr Felix Slade

  1. One or more Scholarships, known as the Slade Scholarships, may be awarded in each session.

  2. The Scholarships are awarded by the Council on the recommendation of the Slade Professor of Fine Art.

  3. The Scholarships are awarded for Fine Art.

  4. The annual value of a Slade Scholarship may fluctuate from year to year but will be in the region of£50.

  5. Normally candidates must not have completed their twenty-first year on 30 June in the year in which the award is made, but, on the recommendation of the Slade Professor of Fine Art, candidates who have completed their twenty-first year but who have not completed their twenty-fifth year on 30 June in the year in which the award is made will be eligible. Candidates must have attended, as a full-time student, for not less than two terms in the Slade School of Fine Art.

  6. Previous tenure of a Slade Scholarship does not debar a candidate from competing on a second or third occasion and such candidates are not subject to the age limit laid down in Regulation 5.

  7. No application is necessary. The qualifications of candidates are considered by the Slade Professor of Fine Art.

  8. Candidates are required to produce evidence of their work. They may also be required to attend a personal interview.

  9. The works submitted by the successful candidates become the property of the College.

  10. The Scholarships are tenable in the Slade School of Fine Art.

  11. The Scholarships are normally tenable for one session, but may be renewed.

  12. A Slade Scholar may be required to give assistance to the Slade Professor in the maintenance of order in the School, in superintending under his direction the younger students, and in taking charge of any library or collection of works of art which may be formed for the use of the School.

  13. Awards are subject to the provisions of the General Regulations.

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