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Gillian Stead Bursary

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Award
£2,100/year

Study type
BSc degree in mathematics (UK/EU)

Eligibility
Students who have achieved 128 UCAS points including an A in mathematics

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About this award

If you're studying for a BSc or MMath degree in mathematics and have 128 UCAS Tariff points from three A-Levels* or equivalent, including an A in maths, you'll receive a cash award of £2,100.

The Gillian Stead Bursary is paid in two £1,050 instalments per year, for a maximum of three years. 

You'll continue to receive the award in your second and final years of study if you have an average mark of 65 or above in each year.

The Gillian Stead Bursary will be paid in two equal instalments on 31 October 2019 and 27 February 2020.

Gillian Stead graduated with a first class degree from The University of Hull in Special Honours Mathematics, and in 1976 was awarded a PhD with a thesis entitled 'Theoretical aspects of moving interfaces'. After her studies here Gillian taught maths at A-level in many institutions and also with the Open University. Following her tragically early death, this memorial bursary was generously set up in her name by her father, to support students of the subject she loved.

Students in receipt of the University of Hull Gillian Stead Bursary will not be eligible for the University of Hull Merit or Achievement Scholarships. The terms of the bursary are subject to review by the Department.

How to apply

No need to! It's applied automatically.

Eligibility

The award is available to UK/EU undergraduate students who enter the first year of a BSc or MMath degree in mathematics and who have obtained 128 UCAS Tariff points from three A-Levels* including an A in A level maths or equivalent*.

Students must maintain an average mark of 65 or above in each year of study for the award to continue into their second and third years of study.

Applicants who achieve the set criteria do not need to apply for the bursary, they will be automatically considered. Students in receipt of the University of Hull Gillian Stead Bursary will not be eligible for the University of Hull Merit or Achievement Scholarships. The terms of the bursary are subject to review by the Department.

* This relates to the new UCAS Tariff Points system which will be used from 1 September 2017. Standard University of Hull methods are used to define equivalents. UCAS points from General Studies are not considered.

Find out more

Questions about this award? Email hefunding@hull.ac.uk or call 01482 466573.