The University of London is awarding two partial SAS Activist Scholar Bursary for the students across the world for 2018/2019 academic session. These bursaries are awarded for MA Understanding and Securing Human Rights by distance learning.
The aim of the bursaries is to support talented students from all over the world to conduct a study of MA understanding and securing human rights by distance learning.
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Worth of Award
- The awards are worth 50 percent of module fees for the MA programme (worth £4,050).
- Number of Scholarships: Two bursaries are available.
- Students of any nationality can apply for these bursaries.
- Applicants must meet following criteria:
- Applicants have submitted a completed application to study the MA programme.
- Applicants meet the standard entry requirements for the MA programme.
- Applicants demonstrate outstanding academic achievement at the undergraduate level and/or excellence in human rights activism experience.
- English Language Requirements: Applicants must meet the necessary language requirement of the host institution.
Duty of the Award holder
- As a bursary winner, you would be required to write a short report at the end of each year of study outlining the impact of your study and research.
- You are also expected to act in accordance with the standards expected of students of the University of London.
- If you fail to comply with any of these terms, the University reserves the right unilaterally to withdraw the bursary.
How to Apply
- Applicants must have submitted a completed application to study the MA programme.
- Download and complete the application form. See link below
- Submit with your CV to [email protected]
Deadline: Applications close by January 3, 2018 by (11:59pm UK time).