Part-time: not available
Prospective PG students (inc. current UG): available
Current PG students: not available
Entry year: 2022/23
Postgraduate taught: available
Postgraduate research: not available
Unlimited scholarships available
About the scholarship
Peace Studies and International Development (PSID), one of the crown-jewels of Bradford in terms of global reputation, was formed with the merger of two erstwhile departments namely, Department of Peace Studies (created in 1973 as the world’s first such department) and the Bradford Centre for International Development (in 1969 as one of the four oldest development studies centres in the UK). The combined Division benefits from an excellent international recognition for its Postgraduate programmes.
The University is thrilled to be able to announce two scholarships that will benefit both international applicants and also those who are classed as home students – usually those from the UK and EU.
All students that have been offered a place on any of the applicable courses.
- Peace, Conflict and Development MA
- Peace, Resilience and Social Justice MA
- Advanced Practice in Peacebuilding and Conflict Resolution MA
- International Relations and Security Studies MA
- Economics & Finance for Development MSc
- International Development Management MA
- Project Planning and Management MSc
- Sustainable Development MSc
Students from all countries, who meet the criteria, are eligible.
Payment amount & frequency
All international students will be awarded a £5000 scholarship as a fee reduction.
All home students will be awarded a £2000 scholarship as a fee reduction.
How to apply
These scholarships are automatically processed and no separate application is required.
Find out more
International scholarships are for those self-funding only.
Please note that students can only receive one scholarship or discount so students who are eligible for more than one award will be given the award of the highest value.
⇓ Fully Funded Scholarships ⇓
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