Regulations and Statutes UTR6.078 C.D. Hume Violin Scholarship (1949 - )


In 1949 Charles Darley Hume presented £1,000 to the University for the purpose of establishing the 'CD. Hume Violin Scholarship Fund'. The fund supports the 'C.D. Hume Violin Scholarship' which 'is awarded to a person qualified to enter the course for the degree of bachelor of Music specialising in violin performance and who produces to the faculty evidence of a need for financial assistance to undertake the course or to a student specialising in violin performance who has completed one or more years of such a course and who produces to the faculty evidence of a sudden or unforeseen inability to proceed with the course without financial assistance.' The fund was made a University regulation in 1949.

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Sources used to compile this entry: The University of Melbourne, UTR6.78 - C.D. Hume Violin Scholarship, Prizes, Exhibitions, Scholarships and Bursaries (UTR6): Gifts and Bequests. Also available at