The first year of Skin’s Chancellor Scholarships have been awarded to three students who will commence their undergraduate studies at Leeds Arts University in 2021/22.
These scholarships, developed with the University’s Chancellor Skin, aim to support the general living and maintenance costs of students during their time at university to enable them to progress through their studies.
The scholarships have been awarded to two home students: Jennifer Hind, a BA (Hons) Textile Design undergraduate and Sophie Paul, BA (Hons) Illustration student. One international scholarship was awarded to Samira Khatri, a BA (Hons) Illustration student from India.
Image: Samira Khatri, BA (Hons) Illustration
The three students will be awarded a cash scholarship of £3,000 per year for the three years of their undergraduate studies.
Skin, Chancellor, Leeds Arts University said: “I was so impressed by the applications for the first year of the scholarships. The high quality of work submitted shows the passion and desire in these students to reach their full potential and I’m thrilled to be a part of the opportunity to help them to achieve this.”
Image: Jennifer Hind, BA (Hons) Textile Design
Professor Simone Wonnacott, Vice-Chancellor, Leeds Arts University said: "We are delighted to announce the winners of three new scholarships, developed with the University Chancellor, Skin. It was fantastic to have Skin involved in the process and working with the University to identify such new talent and select the winners. The scholarships will provide much needed support for the recipients and make a real difference to them as they progress through their studies.”
Image: Sophie Paul, BA (Hons) Illustration
Applications for the 2022 Chancellor Scholarships will open in autumn 2021.