The University of Winchester aims to produce graduates with a love of learning and research who are global citizens, intent on changing the world for the better and potential leaders, embodying the values and mission of the University. The University of Winchester Scholar’s programme offers an enhanced and more intensive educational experience to students of proven academic excellence, an experience that takes impetus from the distinctive mission and values of the University of Winchester.
University of Winchester Scholars will be given maximum opportunity to enhance their skills in leadership, communication, critical thinking, research, problem-solving and empathising with others. Those participating in the University of Winchester Scholar Scheme will be able to enhance their spiritual and cultural literacy, their global awareness and their ability to become effective citizens of the globe. As potential leaders, Scholars will have opportunities to practice, reflect upon and gain confidence in their leadership and management skills.
University of Winchester Scholars will stand out as men and women with a love of learning and research, global awareness, intent to change the world for the better and for leadership skills.
The Winchester Scholars Scheme is open to you if you are a full-time UK, EU or Channel Island fee-paying student who achieves 340 UCAS tariff points or above from 3 A-levels or the equivalent qualifications. (The Winchester Scholars Scheme is not open to students on the Initial-Teacher-Training Programme or the FdA Childhood Studies programme.)
The Scheme requires Winchester Scholars to participate in its scholar seminars, lectures and conferences.
To continue in the Scheme you will need to achieve an academic average of 70% at the end of each academic year and continue to participate in the Winchester Scholars Scheme.
If you have the required UCAS tariff points and you agree to take part in the Winchester Scholars Scheme, you may also enter a competition for five Enhanced Academic Achievement Awards of £2,000.