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The Sue Jamieson Memorial Award

Founded in 2009

  1. The Award will be made to an undergraduate student in their penultimate year of study at the Slade School of Fine Art and will be disbursed in two equal instalments. The first instalment will be made at the beginning of the penultimate year of study and the second instalment will be made at the beginning of the final year of study, subject to satisfactory progress.

  2. The Award will be available to a current student at the Slade School of Fine Art studying on either the three year BFA in Fine Art or the four year BA in Fine Art. The successful candidates must be of good academic standing.

  3. The Award will be made by a committee of Slade staff chaired by the Slade Professor

  4. The Award will be made to a student of academic merit and financial need.

  5. The total Award will be for £4,000 (payable in two instalments of £2,000)
  6. At the time when there are insufficient funds remaining to make a full award, the remaining balance will be used for a prize/s.

  7. The first Award will be made at the start of the 2009/10 academic year

  8. In the unlikely event that no suitable candidate for an Award can be identified, more than one Award may be made in the following year.

  9. The above criteria are not open to subsequent amendment.

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