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Paul Rodgers Scholarship

Investing in your future

If you are applying to study BA (Hons) Music Production within the School of Arts & Creative Industries, you could be eligible for a scholarship.

Rock legend Paul Rodgers is best known as the founding member and lead vocalist of 70s bands Free and Bad Company. Originally born in Grove Hill, Middlesbrough he famously collaborated with Queen and once featured in the '100 Greatest Singers of All Time' in a poll by Rolling Stone Magazine.

As a talented musician from the region and a Teesside University Honorary Graduate, Paul has generously created these scholarships in support of the next generation of talent graduating into the music industry.

Each scholarship consists of £5,000 payable across three years of an undergraduate programme and supports UK home-fees students on the BA (Hons) Music Production course.

Two scholarships worth £5,000 are available for the 2022-23 academic year.

Paul Rodgers Scholarship eligibility

This scholarship may be relevant if you face financial difficulty during your studies at Teesside University. You are considered based on the financial circumstances demonstrated in your application statement and other applicant data available to the University.

To apply for one of these scholarships you must:

  • be a UK home-fee paying student
  • preference will be given to students from the Tees Valley
  • outline your financial circumstances and how the scholarship funds will enable your studies

How to apply

Eligible applicants are identified by the University - if you are eligible you are invited to complete an application in October 2022.