2. Scholarships may be awarded for study for a Bachelor’s degree with Honours, for a Master’s degree, or for the Ph.D. degree
3. Normally up to seven scholarships may be awarded each year to students enrolled for a BFA (Hons), BA (Hons), MFA or MA. In any one year there may be one scholarship holder studying for the Ph.D. The length of tenure shall normally be as follows:
a) One year for students enrolled for BFA (Hons), BA (Hons), MFA, or MA (Part I or II).
b) Up to three years, subject to satisfactory performance, for students enrolled for Ph.D.
The regulations concerning tenure that apply to the University of Canterbury Doctoral Scholarships also apply to the Ethel Rose Overton Ph.D Scholarship.
4. No student who has previously held an Ethel Rose Overton Scholarship shall be barred from applying for a further scholarship.
5. The scholarships shall be awarded by the Council of the University of Canterbury on the recommendation of the Programme Coordinators from Fine Arts and Art History and Theory.
6. The Ethel Rose Overton Scholarship may be held with any other award provided the regulations pertaining to the other award allow it, and provided also that the Council may reduce the value of an Ethel Rose Overton Scholarship after considering the total value of any other awards held.
7. The annual emolument of each scholarship shall be paid in three equal instalments in mid-April, mid-July, and mid-September.
8. A scholarship may be terminated by the Council at any time on receipt of a report from the Programme Coordinators of Fine Arts and Art History and Theory that the conduct or the progress of a student has been unsatisfactory.
9. Applications for the scholarships should be made on the appropriate form to the Scholarships Office of the University of Canterbury no later than 5.00 p.m. on 1 November.
NOTE: Current values of the scholarships are:
$ 3,000 per annum for students enrolled for BA (Hons), or MA (Part I);
$ 5,000 per annum for a student enrolled for BFA (Hons) or MA (Part II);
$ 7,500 per annum for a student enrolled for MFA;
$ 10,000 per annum for a student enrolled for Ph.D.