Scholarships at Oxford Brookes University
|Faculty or Department Taught Masters Scholarships|
|Scholarship Name||Faculty or Department Taught Masters Scholarships|
|Scholarship amount||up to £8,160|
|Scholarship Deadline||25 June 2018|
Some of our faculties and departments offer scholarships towards taught master's programmes for UK, EU and international students. Information about future scholarships will be advertised here when there are awards available so please check back.
Below are details of those currently available for courses starting in September 2018:
MA International Relations
Applications are now open for three Departmental scholarships available for our MA International Relations, MA International Security and our brand-new MA International Relations (Distance Learning) course.
One scholarship is available to an international student who is intending to study on either the MA International Relations or the MA International Security. This will be worth the value of home/EU student fees (£6,120) with the remaining balance of £8,160 to be paid by the scholarship holder themselves. This is open to students intending to start their course in September 2018.
To find out more, please visit the faculty web pages.
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
de Rohan Scholarship - September 2018 entry
For September 2018 entry, we are pleased to offer the de Rohan Scholarship to students studying the MA Creative Writing, MA English, or MA History in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Applications will only be accepted from students who have already been made a conditional or unconditional offer by Oxford Brookes University.
You should apply for your place on the course and then submit your scholarship application.
IF YOU APPLY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP WITHOUT THE OFFER OF A PLACE, YOUR SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
The deadline for receipt of applications is midnight on Monday 25 June 2018. They should be emailed or posted to the address stated on the forms below.
The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of the personal statement. You should clearly explain why you are following the MA course; what you hope to contribute to the course and the discipline; and what you hope achieving the MA will contribute to your career and/or personal development.
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