Assisted Places

The Assisted Places scheme is designed to ensure that the very best pupils come to Malvern regardless of their financial situation. We are keen to increase the diversity throughout Malvern College and to widen our access. We think the impact of this new scheme will be significant:

  • We would like to ensure a Malvern education is available to more young people with the capacity to benefit from it, regardless of their financial background or family situation
  • We want to achieve even better academic results, by being able to attract an even higher academic calibre of pupils or those with a particularly strong talent in other areas, e.g. sport, music or drama
  • We wish to attract talented pupils who could thrive here and increase their potential - pupils who will make a significant contribution to College life

Through the Malvernian Society Assisted Places Scheme, we want to be in a position where we can fund a minimum of ten pupils per year within the next ten years, on full fee support. This is an ambitious aim, but one that we think we can achieve with the help of Old Malvernians, parents and other Friends of the College. We hope that you will help us in reaching this goal, so that many more talented young people can enjoy the same life-changing experience. 

If you would like to make a gift to support the Assisted Places scheme, please choose if you would like to make regular or single gift and follow the links. Many thanks for your support.

For more information on how you can support the Malvernian Society Assisted Places scheme, please contact Jen Newton on jennifer.newton@malverncollege.org.uk or 01684 581 654.

“Without my Assisted Place it would simply have been impossible for me to remain at Malvern College in the Sixth Form and benefit from the countless opportunities on offer. I have no doubt that my Malvern education, both academic and otherwise, was fundamental to my future business achievements. It was truly a wonderful experience, the effects of which will stay with me for life, and for which I will always be immensely grateful.

I am proud to be supporting the new Malvernian Society Assisted Places Scheme and being able to give a Malvern College pupil the same opportunities that I enjoyed.

I hope you will join me in doing the same.”

Paul Bowtell (SH.1981-86), Assisted Places recipient, Senior Chapel Prefect; currently Chief Financial Officer at a major UK plc

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