How to apply for the MA in Publishing
The Centre for Publishing welcomes applications for the MA course in Publishing, starting in September each year.
Normal UCL requirements (second-class Honours or equivalent) for admission to a graduate programme apply, but outstanding candidates will exceptionally be considered if they can offer significant relevant industry experience. For an informal discussion and for advice, please contact Iain Stevenson.
Closing date: 31st of March each year (to take the course in the September of the same year). If you wish to apply for funding from the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) under the Professional Preparation Master’s Scheme you must apply by 31st December.
For more detailed information on how to apply to UCL see: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/graduate-study/
Information for international students can be found at: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/international-students/
UCL John Wiley Scholarship
A UCL Wiley Scholarship has been established by the publishers John Wiley and Sons Ltd to be awarded to an outstanding MA in Publishing student at the UCL Centre for Publishing. The successful candidate will be selected through an interview process by Wiley and UCL representatives. The UCL Wiley Scholarship will cover full tuition fees for the one year course and an internship at Wiley in the UK.
For further information please contact:
Professor Iain Stevenson, Programme Director
Telephone +44 (0)20-7679-2473
UCL Centre for Publishing, Department of Information Studies, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT
We are proud to announce that Faber and Faber and UCL will award a new scholarship in memory of the late David Tebbutt, Finance Director of Faber and Faber from 2002 until his untimely death in September 2011.
The UCL David Tebbutt Scholarship and will be awarded annually – commencing in 2013 – to fully fund a place on the MA in Publishing programme.
The scholarship will be funded by the David Tebbutt Trust, which is jointly administered by Faber and Faber and the Tebbutt family. The principal aim of the Trust is to further the education of those wishing to pursue a career in the publishing, writing and information industries, and related fields of activity. As well as funding a full year's fees, the scholarship will also carry a guaranteed work placement with Faber and Faber.
- Submit an application for the MA in Publishing in the usual way, signalling on the form your interest in the Tebbutt Scholarship
- Interviews for places on the MA will take place in Feb/March 2013: if you are invited for one of these, and are offered a place, you will then be able to apply for the Tebbutt Scholarship.
- A separate interview for shortlisted candidates for the Tebbutt Scholarship will take place in early June 2013. You may be required to prepare a short presentation or piece of written work, at the discretion of the Tebbutt Trust.
- NOTE: to be eligible to apply for the Tebbutt Scholarship, you MUST hold an offer of a place on the MA in Publishing, and be intending to take up your place as a full-time student in Sept 2013. This Scholarship is open to UK and EU applicants only.
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