St Anselm Hall is provides a number of scholarships. These scholarships empower students to take responsibility and assist with the leadership of the Hall whilst also recognizing the value of exceptional contributions to Hall life. They are an important way to add value to the student experience.
Funded generously by individuals, or collectively by the membership, the St Anselm Hall Association provides on an annual basis:
Scholarships applications -2021/22
Below are PDF copies of scholarship application forms for the 2021/2022 academic year.
Please complete as soon as possible and send a completed copy to:
The Preston Scholarship
Named after the hall's eighth Warden, Ronald Preston, the Preston Scholarship awards a minimum of £500 each year to one or more students who have made a significant contribution to hall life. Every recipient has their name recorded on an honours board in the Dining Hall. This scholarship, which has been running since 2005, is awarded through a competitive application process. All submissions are reviewed by an independent sub-committee of St Anselm Hall alumni.
The Scholarship for Sports
The Scholarship for Sports, worth £400, is awarded to a returning student (a student who has previously lived in the hall) who has significantly contributed to the development of the Hall’s sporting activities. The Dyer Sports Scholarship is awarded at the beginning of the academic year and aims to empower and sustain the recipient to continue building a sports programme for the Hall. The successful student is selected by the scholarship’s benefactor, Dr Peter Dyer, in concert with the Warden.
The Scholarship for Music
The Scholarship for Music, worth £400, is awarded to a student who will lead the Hall’s musical life, especially in relation to musical activities in the Hall Chapel. The Godley Music Scholarship is awarded at the beginning of the academic year and aims to empower and sustain the recipient to musically accompany Chapel Services, and other Hall occasions where music is required. The successful student is selected by the scholarship’s benefactor, David Godley, in concert with the Hall Chaplain and Warden.
Prayer Book Society Choral Scholarship
There will be two Prayer Book Society Choral Scholarships tenable at St Anselm Hall in the University of Manchester. The scholarships will have a value of £200 p.a. Eligibility for the Scholarships will be restricted to currently registered students of the University of Manchester. Preference may be given to students resident in St Anselm Hall. Each Scholar shall be required to devote two hours per week to attendance at rehearsals and services, and to contribute to the life of the Hall chapel. The Scholarships shall be awarded by a panel chaired by the Chaplain to the Hall.