Sylvia Clarke Legacy Fund
Funding support for Hallam students studying nursing, midwifery or allied health professions
Eligible students in the Department for Nursing and Midwifery and the Department of Allied Health Professions could access extra funding from the Sylvia Clarke Legacy Fund.
The fund is thanks to a generous donation from the estate of Sylvia Clarke, a community nurse who throughout her life always found ways to help those who needed it.
What you could get
The fund provides a limited number of scholarships and bursaries to students who are most at risk of financial hardship.
Scholarships are awarded to first year students, and provide £3,000 a year for three years, excluding placement years. The total award value is £9,000.
Bursaries are for final year students, and provide a smaller one-off payment.
Who can apply
You can apply if you:
- are a home fee student paying tuition fees of £9,250,
- have a household income below £62,311,
- stated your household income in your student loan application, and agreed for it to be shared with your university,
- are enrolled in the first or final year of an undergraduate degree,
- are studying in the Department of Nursing and Midwifery or Department of Allied Health Professions.
We will give priority to students in one or more of our priority groups. The full eligibility criteria, including priority groups, are in the application guidance document below.
How to apply
If you are eligible, we will invite you to apply at the start of the academic year. We usually send invitations by email, up to two weeks after you enrol.
When you are invited to apply, you will need to submit an application form with supporting evidence. The form will be available on this page when applications open.
Before applying, read the full application guidance. Pay close attention to the section on evidence, as this will help your application.
If you can't access the form
Only students who have been invited to apply can access the form.
If you think we should have invited you to apply, and you enrolled more than two weeks ago, contact Hallam Help.
What happens next
We will contact you to tell you the outcome of your application. This usually happens in November.
Please do not contact us to check on your application. We will contact you if we need more information from you.
If you are successful, you should complete the award acceptance form below.