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Quinn Allchin Bursaries

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 Full-time: available
Part-time: not available
Prospective PG students (inc. current UG): available
Current PG students: not available
Entry year: 2022/23
 Undergraduate: not available
Postgraduate taught: available
Postgraduate research: not available
 2 bursaries available

About the bursary

Quinn Allchin Bursaries (funded by Quaker Peace Studies Trust):

Two bursaries are available for any self-funded international student in the Division. The bursary will contribute up to £8,000 pounds towards tuition fees. [No money will be paid to the student but the bursary will be paid direct to the University towards tuition fees.] Only those holding conditional or unconditional offer on one of the postgraduate programmes within the Division of Peace Studies and International Development are eligible.

The Scholarships cycle for 2022 is yet to start; applications are welcomed from the 1 June 2022. To apply, please wait until they are open when the correct application form will be available. Applications will be considered as they come in and may be allocated but there is a deadline of 5 July 2022

Eligibility criteria

Only those holding conditional or unconditional offer on one of the postgraduate programmes within the Division of Peace Studies and International Development

Applicable courses

Only those holding conditional or unconditional offer on one of the postgraduate programmes within the Division of Peace Studies and International Development are eligible:

MA in Advanced Practice in Peacebuilding and Conflict Resolution
MA in International Development Management
MA in International Relations and Security Studies
MA in Peace, Conflict and Development
MA in Peace, Resilience and Social Justice
MSc in Economics and Finance for Development
MSc in Project Planning and Management
MSc in Sustainable Development

 

Eligible countries

Students from all countries, who meet the criteria, are eligible.

Payment amount & frequency

£8,000 towards the cost of tuition fees

How to apply

Please complete your 500 word statement highlighting (a) your contribution to peace or sustainable development so far; (b) why you are the best candidate for this scholarship; (c) how you will find funding for the rest of the costs, and (d) how you will create an impact on the development of your country after your study – and send to: p.b.anand@bradford.ac.uk

 

See also

Postgraduate Bursary

Peace Studies and International Development Scholarship

Office for Students Funded Scholarship

MA Filmmaking Scholarship

Keith Howard Emerald Scholarship

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