Prizes

There are a range of prizes available to you, based on your performance throughout your degree. These prizes are worth varying amounts of money.

Chancellor's medal

Eligible students

All students of the University.

Awarded for

The outstanding contribution made by an individual student to the reputation or well being of the University.

Gibbons prize

Eligible students

All students in the Faculty of Arts.

Awarded to

The best candidate who has been placed in the first class of a Special Honours School.

Mrs Stewart Blake B.Mus prize

Eligible students

Students studying for a Bachelor of Music (B.Mus).

Awarded for

Best performance in B.Mus examinations.

Mrs Stewart Blake dissertation prize

Eligible students

Students on the Portfolio of Compostions or Extended Dissertation modules.

Awarded for

The best dissertation.

Mrs Stewart Blake recital prize

Eligible students

Students on the Portfolio of Compositions or Extended Recital modules.

Awarded for

The best recital.

Philip John Lord composition prize

Eligible students

Students on Portfolio of Compositions and Extended Portfolio of Compositions modules.

Awarded for

The best portfolio or original compositions.

John Froggatt prize

Eligible students

Students studying a Dual Honours BA combining Music and a modern foreign language.

Awarded for

Best performance in examinations

Julian Payne prize

Eligible students

All first-year students taking Music as one of their subjects.

Awarded for

The best result in music examinations (apart from the recital).

Julian Payne recital prize

Eligible students

All first-year students taking the Performance module.

Awarded for

The best recital in the above examination.

Sir Thomas Beecham scholarship

Eligible students

All first-year students Music students on the Single Honours course.

Awarded for

The best result in Music examinations.

Sir Henry Coward organ scholarship

Eligible students

All students applying to the University through UCAS, and first-year students already at the University.

Awarded to

The best organist as determined by a recital audition.