16 + Academic Scholarships
Preparing pupils for success in the modern world
The Sixth Form at Malvern College nurtures each pupil's individual research and learning capabilities, equipping them not only for success in their exams, but for life beyond Malvern College. We are committed to widening access to independent education through our bursary and scholarship programme. Scholarships are awarded to pupils who demonstrate exceptional talent in their chosen area.
Malvern College Sixth Form Students with Keith Metcalfe, Headmaster
At Malvern College, we offer four academic scholarships in the Sixth Form (16+)
The Clark Scholarship | awarded in recognition of the outstanding contribution of former Headmaster, Mr Antony Clark, and aims to offer a truly transformational experience to the award holder. The Clark Scholarship creates an opportunity for a pupil who is academically strong, intellectually curious and who will make the most of the many opportunities Malvern College has to offer.
The Alan Duff Scholarship | awarded to a pupil of exceptional all-round academic ability.
The Francis Aston Scholarship | awarded for exceptional ability in Science. Candidates must commit to studying at least two science subjects at A Level or at Higher Level IB, and will be expected to take a lead role in scientific debate and in super-curricular activities such as the Lucretian Academic Society.
The Malvernian Society Scholarship | awarded to external candidates entering the Sixth Form from the maintained sector.
Scholarships Information Event - Thursday 8th October
Speakers at this event will include:
Keith Metcalfe, Headmaster – Welcome/general importance of scholars at Malvern College
Stephen Holroyd, Deputy Head: Curriculum – Expectations of award holders, monitoring and provision and what award holder can expect from Malvern College
Annalouise McQuilkin, Head of Admissions – Scholarship application process and what to expect on the assessment days.
Academic Scholar’s presentation
Non-Academic Scholar’s presentation
The event will be hosted by Annalouise McQuilkin, Head of Admissions.