The Mark Flinn Award recognises and celebrates students who are keen to develop their skills by undertaking a research project which makes extensive use of historical evidence.
You should be able to demonstrate that you have the potential for further development in your research, explain how a £500 Mark Flinn Award would benefit and support your research, and outline the sources you will be able to access if you are awarded the scholarship.
The Mark Flinn Award is worth £500.
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 2019/20 (excluding permanent employees of the University, repeat year students and Erasmus students).
Long-serving former Edge Hill University Pro Vice-Chancellor Mark Flinn was instrumental in the transformation of the institution from a higher education college to the successful University it is today, playing a key role in historic milestones such as gaining taught degree awarding powers, research degree awarding powers and university title.
Mark co-authored a book about the history of Edge Hill University published in 2010, titled A Vision of Learning.
With a lifelong fascination and connection with history, Mark has founded this scholarship.
Discover the research plans of some of the first recipients of the Mark Flinn Award with our snapshots of previous winners.
To be considered for a Mark Flinn Award, you need to complete and submit our Mark Flinn Award application form.
The Mark Flinn Award application form will be available to download from this page when applications open in February 2020.
Applications will be shortlisted by the Department for English and History, with shortlisted applications subsequently judged by a scholarship selection panel. Please note, any work submitted as part of your application will not be returned.
If you have any queries about the Mark Flinn Award, you can get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to assist you.