Malvern College offers a wide range of 13+ Scholarships and Exhibitions in the following categories: Academic, Art, Drama, Design and Technology, Music and Sport. Scholarships for entry in September 2022 are now open, please download our Scholarships Brochure here or an application form relevant to each scholarship. You can view our Scholarships and Exhibitions for 16+ entry here.

If you would like any further information please contact: Admissions@malverncollege.org.uk

Our Scholarships


Academic Scholarship 

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Pupils applying for the Academic Scholarship at 13+ should be inspired by learning, not just in the classroom. Awards will be made for overall exceptional performance or for outstanding ability in a single area.

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Music Scholarship 

580-GB_0001_Music4.jpgMusicians will be expected to play a full part in the musical life of the College and will automatically become part of the Gifted and Talented programme for musicians.

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Art Scholarship

657-71-art2.jpgScholars must demonstrate their flair and passion for a range of techniques and skills within Art, Design and Technology or Photography. It is expected that Scholars play an active role in their department and will have the opportunity to present their work at department events.

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Design & Technology

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The Faculty of Design & Technology encompasses a wide range of disciplines and facilities that can offer the potential scholar opportunities to explore, experiment, create and excel.

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Drama Scholarship 

652-609-DramaGrease1.jpgDrama Scholars should display a strong interest in Drama and Theatre and be able to demonstrate a significant ability as a stage actor or musical theatre performer or theatre technician.

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Photography Scholarship 

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Photography Scholars will be keen to experiment and learn about traditional, as well as contemporary, digital photographic processes, and will work equally well collaboratively as they do independently. They will be expected to communicate clearly and maturely, reflect critically on their work, and should possess first-class problem-solving skills. Attendance at weekly Photography Activities is expected and they will be required to attend lectures from visiting photographers, artists and industry specialists. It is expected that scholars will take photography GCSE.

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Sport Scholarship 

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Malvern College offers four scholarships for entry at 13+:

Junior Levick Award
This scholarship will be awarded to a boy or girl with a proven record of high performance and potential who has represented their county, region or their country in at least one of our main sports: rugby, hockey, cricket, football, netball (although excellence in other sports may be considered).

Worcestershire Cricket Scholarship
A 13+ award, this scholarship is awarded in partnership with Worcestershire CCC who select players for Malvern College to assess. This is a prestigious award and will include mentoring and coaching throughout the scholarship period.

Chesterton Cricket Scholarship
George Chesterton was an Old Malvernian who played 47 times for Worcestershire CCC between 1950 and 1957. He taught at the College for some 33 years serving as a Housemaster, a Deputy Headmaster and an acting Headmaster. He was rightly proud of cricket at Malvern College. This scholarship is awarded to the candidate who is considered to be the most talented cricketer.

Rachael Heyhoe Flint Cricket Scholarship
Rachael Heyhoe Flint captained England from 1966-1978 and played for England for 22 years. She was the first female member to be admitted to the MCC and later was a committee member. It is a great honour to be able to award this scholarship, which carries her name, to a very talented female cricketer entering Malvern College in Year 9.

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