Applications are invited for the Tetley & Lupton Scholarships 2021 – United Kingdom. Tetley & Lupton International Scholarships are given out in the UK by the University of Leeds in order to support deserving candidates from all over the world (except the UK and the EU). For the academic year 2021–2022, the studentship is available to outstanding applicants who want to pursue a one-year full-time taught master’s degree, a master’s by research degree, or an MRes.
Table of contents
- About Tetley & Lupton
- Tetley & Lupton Scholarships Details
- Excellence and Innovation
- Improving Access To Education
- The Victoria University
- Becoming the University of Leeds
- Going Global
- How the University is Governed
- The Council
- The House of Representatives
- Council Committees
- Our Vision
- How To Apply?
- Frequently Asked Questions
About Tetley & Lupton
The University of Leeds was founded in 1904, but our origins go back to the nineteenth century with the founding of the Leeds School of Medicine in 1831 and the Yorkshire College of Science in 1874. In 1831, a group of young men established the Leeds School of Medicine which meant that medical students no longer had to go to Scotland, London or overseas to study. The Yorkshire College of Science was founded around 40 years later, largely because the wool and textile industries worried that the rapid development of new technologies in Europe posed a threat to the local cloth trade.
Tetley & Lupton Scholarships Details
- University or Organization: University of Leeds
- Department: NA
- Course Level: Postgraduate degree
- Award: £23,000
- Access Mode: Online
- Number of Awards: Five bursaries are available
- Nationality: International students
- The award can be taken in the UK
Excellence and Innovation
Our community of researchers brings together excellence and innovation, pushing the frontiers of knowledge and discovery to shape a better future. This involves creating, nurturing, and promoting an environment in which people work together across disciplines and with partners to solve complex problems. The result is truly transformational,l fundamental and challenge-led research that advances knowledge and creates solutions to local, national and global challenges.
Improving Access To Education
For the sons of local families, the Yorkshire College of Science was one of the first colleges for students of all faiths and backgrounds. The College supported the values of the recently established University College in London and Owens College in Manchester. These colleges had been set up to challenge the exclusivity of Oxford and Cambridge universities, which were predominantly for the Anglican aristocracy and gentry. By contrast, this new generation of learning institutions welcomed students from all religions, including dissenters, Catholics, Jews and agnostics.
The Victoria University
The colleges also focused on meeting the technological demands of the fast-changing Victorian era. From the beginning, the Yorkshire College of Sciences put its full weight behind scientific studies. After a few years, it also started to offer courses in classics and modern literature and was renamed the Yorkshire College.
In 1884, the Yorkshire College combined with the Leeds School of Medicine and three years later the two Leeds-based institutions joined forces with Owens College Manchester, and University College Liverpool, to become the federal Victoria University.
Becoming the University of Leeds
Within a few years, the number of students began to increase rapidly and changes to state education meant that students were arriving with a better educational foundation. The ten years before the outbreak of war in 1914 were ones of growth and consolidation. Most importantly, the new University of Leeds started to develop the strong tradition of research we are still known for today.
Unlike Owens College Manchester, the Yorkshire College had always allowed women to study there. However, women did not enrol in significant numbers until special facilities were provided at the Day Training College in 1896. The first woman graduated from the University of Leeds in 1905.
At the time that the University of Leeds received its Royal Charter, seven out of eight students came from Yorkshire. Now, we welcome students from all over the world as a truly multicultural and international university.
The University of Leeds is an independent corporation established by Royal Charter, granted in 1904. The University’s objects, powers and framework of governance are set out in the Charter and its supporting statutes, amendments to which must be approved by the Privy Council.
The University is an ‘exempt charity’ under Schedule 3 of the Charities Act 2011. The University does not have a registered number issued by the Charities Commission but is in law a charity by Royal Charter. Our reference number with the charity division of HM Revenue and Customs is X6861.
How the University is Governed
The Council is the University’s governing body. It consists of 23 people, most of whom are lay members. Members of the Council are trustees of the University.
The Council commits to maintaining the highest standards of corporate governance, as well as fulfilling the obligations imposed on us as an exempt charity and a body receiving public funds. The Council has a responsibility to promote the University’s well-being and to ensure its sustainability. Its specific responsibilities include:
- corporate strategy, plans and budgets
- corporate policy and major business decisions
- establishing the framework for governance and management
- monitoring institutional and executive performance
The House of Representatives
- the admission of students
- the curriculum
- academic standards
- the award of degrees and other qualifications
It consists of more than 50 members including academic staff and student members. In addition to its responsibility for academic governance, the Senate has an advisory role extending across most aspects of our work.
The principal committees of the Council are:
- Strategy and investment committee (chair: Deputy Pro-Chancellor, Liz Barber)
- Audit and risk committee (chair: Iain Moffatt)
- Health and safety committee (chair: Vice-Chancellor)
- Nominating and governance committee (chair: Chair of Council, Alastair Da Costa)
- Remuneration committee (chair: Helen Grantham)
- Gift acceptance committee (chair: Chair of Council, Alastair Da Costa)
Through collaboration, we harness our expertise in research and education to advance knowledge, transform lives and shape a better future for our communities, our region and the world.
Working with others, we will use our collective talents, expertise and shared endeavour in research and education to address local and global challenges, achieve social justice, reduce inequalities, and help achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
We will enable our students to thrive through a sense of belonging. They will be partners in shaping their own dynamic and innovative educational experience, characterized by active learning, digital technologies and collaboration. Students will feel valued for their unique contribution, and they will graduate equipped to make a difference as true global citizens.
- Collaboration: We work together to achieve our goals and ambitions.
- Compassion: We are caring and considerate in our words and actions.
- Inclusivity: We are a community where everyone is welcome and belongs.
- Integrity: We are open and honest in our words and actions.
- Eligible Countries: Candidates from all over the world (except UK & EU)
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: Postgraduate degree program in any subject offered by the university
- These awards are only available to applicants who are liable to pay academic fees at the International fee rate.
- Applicants must live within a reasonable distance of the University of Leeds whilst in receipt of this award.
Each successful scholar will receive £23,000 as a contribution to their academic fee.
How To Apply?
The official website is the best place to start if you want to learn more about Tetley & Lupton Scholarships. There, you may discover comprehensive details on the available programs and courses, the entrance standards and procedures, the campus, student life, and much more. You can also discover more about the university’s faculty, staff, research, and community involvement programs. The website may also provide users with access to course catalogues, student handbooks, and academic calendars. To view the website, click here.
Frequently Asked Questions
International students commencing taught postgraduate study in any faculty at the University of Leeds are eligible. Applicants must hold a UK first-class honours degree or equivalent.
Up to five Tetley & Lupton Scholarships are available each year.
The scholarships cover full tuition fees, as well as a living allowance of £15,000 for the duration of the program.
The application deadline for the Tetley & Lupton Scholarships is typically in February.
You will need to submit a completed application form, a personal statement, transcripts, CV, and two letters of recommendation.
Full tuition fees
Living allowance of £15,000
Access to world-class education and resources at the University of Leeds
Opportunity to network with other high-achieving students and professionals
Support from the Tetley & Lupton Scholarship community