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ASE Scholarships, Financial Assistance and Work Study

ASE offers a number of scholarships and assistantships (or work study opportunities) which can effectively reduce the cost of attending the Programme.

A personal letter of application for any of the offerings listed below should be submitted at the time of applying to the Programme, and this should be accompanied by documentation from your Financial Aid Office detailing any awards currently received. For merit-based scholarships, evidence of relevant academic achievement should be included.

NEED-BASED SCHOLARSHIPS

The Don Nunes Memorial Scholarship
Don Nunes was the founder of ASE and its Director until his death in November 1997. He passionately believed that ASE should be accessible to as ethnically diverse a group of students as possible. The Don Nunes Memorial Scholarship is available to a student from an under-represented population, according to financial need. It is an award of £1000 for a semester's study.

The Ann Nunes Education Scholarship
Ann Nunes was Director of the ASE Programme from 1997-2004. The Ann Nunes Scholarship is an award of £500, and is available each semester to a student on the ASE Education Programme.

ASE Need-based Scholarships
The Programme also offers numerous other need-based scholarships, up to the value of £1000 per student per semester. Pell-eligible students are particularly encouraged to apply.

MERIT-BASED SCHOLARSHIPS

The Les Arnold Scholarship
The Les Arnold Scholarship is available each semester to a student majoring in English, on the basis of academic achievement. It is an award of £500 for a semester’s study.

The Paul Lapworth Scholarship in Shakespeare Studies
The Paul Lapworth Scholarship is available each semester to a student on the basis of academic achievement and a proven interest in Shakespeare. It is an award of £500 for a semester’s study.

Merit-based Scholarships
The Programme also offers other merit-based scholarships on the basis of outstanding achievement in any academic discipline, up to the value of £500 per student per semester.

ASE Assistantships (Work Study)
Each semester, ASE appoints up to five students to assist in the running of the Programme. Each student receives a weekly stipend, totalling £600 over 15 weeks.

Letters of application should be submitted for one of the following roles:

• Nelson House Assistant (general office and kitchen duties)
• Social and Cultural Programme Assistant
• Marketing and Publicity Assistant
• Library Assistant

A Visa is required to apply for all of these positions.

IMPORTANT:
- Candidates for all ASE scholarships should enclose with their application form:
1) a letter from their financial aid office detailing current scholarships and grants received.
2) a personal letter of application for the scholarship.