Jackson Lewis Scholarships
Founded in 1966 under the will of Mr H. L. Jackson
- One or more Scholarships, known as the Jackson
Lewis Scholarships, may be
awarded in each session.
- The Scholarships are awarded by the Council on
the recommendation of the
- The Scholarships are awarded to students of the College
- The value of a Scholarship is such sum as may be decided
for each award by
the appropriate Faculty, providing that a total of £400 is not
in the Faculty of Life Sciences and £200 annually in
the Faculties of Arts and
Humanities, Social and Historical Studies, Laws, Engineering, Built
Clinical Sciences and Mathematical and Physical Sciences.
- A candidate must send written notice of intention
to compete for a
Scholarship, through the Head of his/her department,
to the Registrar of the
College on or before 15 May.
- The qualifications of candidates are
considered by an Adviser, or Advisers,
appointed by the appropriate Faculty. They
will give first consideration to the
academic distinction of each candidate. If
they find it difficult to make a
final decision on academic grounds, consideration will be given to
needs of the candidates.
- The Scholars elected must pursue a course of study
at University College
- The Scholarship is awarded in the first
instance for one session only. It
may be renewed for a second session on the recommendation
of the appropriate
- Payment of a Scholarship is made in three equal instalments
at the beginning
of each term.
- Awards are subject to the provisions of the General Regulations.
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