Sixth Form Scholarships

The prospect of Sixth Form education at St Edmund’s College is a most exciting, challenging and important one.  It offers you a superbly supportive environment which will not just provide a passport to the best universities, art schools and other institutions of higher education in Britain and abroad but also offer you two years of discovery, stimulation and challenge.

All students interested in joining our Sixth Form can apply for an academic, art, music or sport scholarship. All awards are subject to a scholarship interview, and to be eligible, students should be in line to achieve mainly Grades 9-7/A*-A grades at GCSE.

The deadline for Sixth Form scholarships for students wishing to join our Sixth Form in September 2022 is Friday 5th November 2021 by 10am.

Cardinal Allen Academic Scholarship

 

Sixth Form Scholarships

The prospect of Sixth Form education at St Edmund’s College is a most exciting, challenging, and important one.  It offers you a superbly supportive environment that will not just provide a passport to the best universities, art schools, and other institutions of higher education in Britain and abroad but also offer you two years of discovery, stimulation and challenge.

All students interested in joining our Sixth Form can apply for an Academic, Art, Music, or Sports scholarship. All awards are subject to a scholarship interview, and to be eligible, students should be in line to achieve mainly Grades 9-7/A*-A grades at GCSE. Cardinal Allen Sixth Form Scholarships may offer a reduction in school fees of up to 20%.

The deadline for Sixth Form scholarships for students wishing to join our Sixth Form in September 2023 is Friday 4th November 2022 by 10 am.

Cardinal Allen Academic Scholarship

The information and application forms (below) and the online St Edmund’s Registration (for external students) must be completed by this date.  Please scan and email all scholarship application forms to Mrs Juliet Edwards at jedwards@stedmundscollege.org.

The examination date is Friday 18th November 2022 and will be held at St Edmund’s College.

There will be a two-hour written paper to test the candidate’s general academic ability. The paper will require the candidate to give opinions, discuss intellectual interests and analyse a piece of factual text. The paper is not subject-specific. Candidates will then sit a further paper of one hour on an academic subject of their choosing (this does not need to be a subject you intend to study at A Level).