The Adam Bell Scholarship recognises and celebrates students who make a significant contribution to the community of the University and/or who demonstrate qualities such as dedication, compassion to others, and resilience.
This may include students who:
- Play for University teams;
- Make a difference to others through small, everyday actions or just by being themselves;
- Help others who are struggling on their course or who are having difficulty meeting deadlines.
The Adam Bell Scholarship is worth £2,000.
Any student who is currently enrolled on a full-time programme at Edge Hill is eligible to be considered for this award in academic year 2018/19 (excluding permanent employees of the University, repeat year students and Erasmus students).
Adam Bell worked as the first Scholarships Administrator, and subsequently as an Assistant Registrar, in Academic Registry at Edge Hill University until his sudden death in July 2011 from a brain haemorrhage at the age of 27.
Adam was a delightful young man with a zest for life, a philosophy of giving to those less fortunate, and with a really promising future ahead of him.
The personal qualities exemplified by Adam are reflected in the spirit and values of this scholarship.
Discover more about the achievements and endeavours of Adam Bell scholars with our snapshots of a selection of previous winners.
To be considered for the Adam Bell Scholarship, you will need to be nominated by an Edge Hill University student or a member of staff.
We encourage you to speak to your peers or your tutor to discuss your individual situation and your desire to be nominated.
Please note, the closing date for nominations for 2019 has now passed.
The Adam Bell Scholarship nomination form will be available to download from this page when nominations open again in 2020.
A selection panel will judge all nominations received.
If you have any queries about the Adam Bell Scholarship, you can get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to assist you.