MA Scholarships

Jean Orr

This scholarship is offered to a postgraduate masters students studying in one or more of of the following Departments: Italian, French, Dutch and History. the award is worth £7000 for one year and each Department can nominate one candidate on the basis of the admissions application.

The scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic excellence, achievement and potential.

The deadline for submission of applications is 30 April 2016. Applications submitted after this date will not be considered.

For more information, please contact the Dr Julia Wagner in the SELCS/CMII post-graduate office.

Postgraduate Bursaries - Dutch Studies: Language, Culture and History MA

UCL Dutch aims to reward academic excellence among new students of its postgraduate programme by offering a scholarship for new students starting the MA in Dutch Studies in September 2014. The scholarship covers up to £600 towards study expenses like books, research travel and other research related expenses.

Candidates must have been formally admitted to the MA Dutch Studies pathway of the Language, Culture & History MA before they can be considered for a scholarship.

To be considered for a scholarship, you must have received a letter from the UCL Registry offering you a place on the programme, and you must have informed the UCL Registry, in writing, of your acceptance of the offer by 1 April 2016.

Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence, achievement and potential. Financial circumstances of the candidates are not taken into account.

This bursary has been made possible by generous donations of Alumni of UCL Dutch.

Siva-Finestone Scholarship

Applications are invited for the Siva-Finestone MA Scholarship in French in UCL for the session 2016-17. The Scholarship covers full UK/EU tuition fees for a student admitted to the MA in Language, Culture and History (French and Francophone Studies) programme in the School of European Languages, Culture and Society (SELCS).

For further information, please contact the School Research Director, Professor Mairead Hanrahan.

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