Cranleigh offers a range of scholarships at both 13+ and 16+. These include: Academic; Art; Design; Drama; Music (instrumental and vocal); Sport; and All Rounder awards. To gain an award candidates must demonstrate excellence in their chosen field and show exceptional promise. The number of awards each year will depend on the quality of entry.
Scholarships at both 13+ and 16+ attract a fee remission and may be supplemented by means tested top-up bursaries where necessary and appropriate. The top Academic and top All Rounder candidate at 13+ entry will each be awarded a remission of one-third of the total fees. No more than two separate Scholarships may be applied for simultaneously (in addition to an Academic Scholarship).
Scholarship candidates must be over twelve and under fourteen years of age on the 1st of September in their chosen year of entry to the school.
All applications must be endorsed by the candidate’s current prep school Head, who will be able to provide the requisite scholarship forms.
13+ Scholarship Application Forms
- Academic Scholarship Application Form (34 KB)
- Art Scholarship Application Form (20 KB)
- Art Scholarship Guidance (51 KB)
- Design Scholarship Application Form (20 KB)
- EAA Award Application Form (23 KB)
- Drama Scholarship Application Form (19 KB)
- 13+ Music Scholarship Application Form (147 KB)
- Guidance notes for Music Awards 2018-2019 (52 KB)
If you are interested in applying for a 13+ Scholarship at Cranleigh, please download our Scholarships and Bursaries Booklet (1 MB) , which covers specific application criteria.
16+ Scholarships are awarded for Academic, Music, Art and Sport. To gain an award at 16+ candidates must demonstrate excellence in their chosen field.
All Scholarship candidates will be expected to attend for general interviews and assessments in the November prior to the September of entry. Candidates for Academic Scholarships will be required to sit additional examination papers, as well as being interviewed by the Master of the Scholars and the Headmaster. Art Scholarship candidates will be required to submit a portfolio and take part in a further assessment session and Music candidates (who will be Grade 7/8 standard) will be required to prepare an audition. Those applying for an Eric Abbott Award for Sporting Excellence will be invited to come back to the School to join an appropriate sports training session following a successful interview and academic assessment.
Deadline for Scholarship applications for entry in September 2019 is Saturday 29 September 2018.
Music Scholarship application deadline is October 17 2018.
If a top-up Bursary is being applied for alongside a Scholarship you should contact the Admissions Department for details: the Bursary application is made at the same time as the Scholarship application.
16+ Scholarship Application Forms