Scholarships and Prizes 2003: Music

JAMES INGHAM HALSTEAD SCHOLARSHIPS IN MUSIC 2004

The Board of the Faculty of Music proposes to elect one or more James Ingham Halstead Scholars in Music in 2004.

The scholarships are open to graduates of any university who intend to proceed to one of the University's advanced degrees in Music, i.e. the M.Litt., M.Phil., or D.Phil., or are intending to supplicate for the B.Mus. or D.Mus.

The scholarships, normally of the value of £300 per annum, are tenable in the first instance for one year. Applications should be submitted not later than 28 February 2004, and should include:

(i) the applicant's date of birth;

(ii) a brief statement of the applicant's academic career;

(iii) examples of original work (compositions, theses, essays, articles, etc., whether published or not);

(iv) a brief statement of proposed research;

(v) the names of two referees.

If applicants submit pieces of research whose purpose and relationship to their main plan of research is not immediately clear, a short introduction should be included, if necessary, to set the work in the context of their larger aims.

The scholarships may be renewable for a maximum of two further years, subject to reports of satisfactory progress.

Applications for renewals should also be submitted by 28 February 2004.

Those elected as Halstead Scholars may qualify for awards supplementary to the normal £300, depending on their financial circumstances and the state of the fund. Applications, which should include full details of the scholar's financial circumstances, may be made at any time.

All applications should be addressed to Miss Judith Philpott, Faculty Administrator and Board Secretary, Faculty of Music, St Aldates, Oxford OX1 1DB.


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