Scholarships and Prizes 2002:
SQUIRE AND MARRIOTT BURSARIES
The electors propose, if suitable candidates present themselves, to award two or more
bursaries on this
foundation. The statutory conditions require that applicants must have the intention of
offering themselves for
ordination in the Church of England or any church in communion therewith and be in need
of financial assistance
for their university education.
In addition the electors have discretion to make bursaries available, after Anglican candidates
have been considered,
to matriculated students of the University intending ministry in churches with which the
Church of England has
ecumenical relations, or
who as lay men or women intend to serve their church as theologians.
The bursaries are of such annual value as the Board of the Faculty of Theology shall
determine, and are tenable at
any college or hall in the University.
Candidates will be required to provide the electors with evidence of their scholastic
attainments and financial need
together with testimonials to their character and ability. Selected candidates will be
interviewed before the elections
Prospective candidates should communicate by letter with The Revd C.M.
Jones, St Peter's
OX1 2DL, during March 2003 or the latter half of September 2003.
A successful candidate, if not already a member of the University, will be required to make
his own arrangements
for admission to a college or hall. Candidates are warned that it would be impossible to
secure such admission for
Michaelmas Term 2003 if action is deferred until the awards are announced. They are
accordingly strongly advised
to seek admission as soon as they have decided
to become candidates. A prospectus, which describes the
admission procedure, may be obtained from the Oxford Colleges Admissions Office,
University Offices, Wellington
Square, Oxford OX1 2JD.
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