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In 2023/24 the university will award at least 20 new Sports Scholarships to athletes, coaches and officials. The number of awards and amount given to each student is dependent on how many applications are received and the level of performance of the applicants and engagement with the programme.
To be considered, athletes/officials/coaches must perform in a sport that:
Students applying for the bursaries should meet the relevant criteria for each award:
Bronze – Junior national or academy level in a University ‘focus sport’
Silver – Represented your chosen sport at national level (in a squad, pathway or competition)
Gold – Represented your chosen sport at international level (in a squad, pathway or competition) or professional contract within a University ‘investment sport’
Bronze – Qualified official working at a higher standard than entry level, with supporting reports
Silver – Qualified official working at national competition level or above, with supporting reports
Gold – Qualified official working at international competition level, with supporting reports
Sports Coaching scholar – Qualified coach, with evidence of experience and supporting references
Strength & Conditioning Scholar – Following interview process from S&C lead. Internal applicants only
Students offered a Sports Scholarship will:
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My counsellor contacted me every day throughout the application process and helped me receive an unconditional offer. I am so grateful to SI-UK and will never forget them. I will study very hard as I feel this is the best reward I can give the whole team.
Maggie Kiwanuka Social Care at Canterbury Christ Church University