Scholarships at Royal Holloway, University of London
|David Cesarani, Kobler Scholarship|
|Scholarship Name||David Cesarani, Kobler Scholarship|
|Scholarship Deadline||13 June 2019|
This scholarship is available to a new full-time student with Home/EU status studying for an MA Holocaust Studies degree.
The scholarship is £10,000 to cover tuition fees and a contribution towards living costs.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to visit the Holocaust Research Institute to learn about our history, vision, academic staff and research strengths. The Holocaust Research Institute is housed within the Department of History and boasts an active and stimulating research culture for postgraduate students.
The scholarship is named in honour of Professor David Cesarani OBE, who died in 2015. Professor Cesarani was an integral part of the Holocaust Research Institute and one of the world's foremost authorities on Jewish history and the Holocaust.
Am I eligible?
You need to have achieved, or be expected to achieve, a First Class Honours degree or equivalent.
You must also hold a conditional or unconditional offer to study MA Holocaust Studies at Royal Holloway.
How do I apply?
The deadline for applications is 13 June 2019
Once you have an offer to study here, you can apply on Royal Holloway Direct.
Applicants will need to submit a scholarship statement, transcripts and email two academic references to support the scholarship application.
The academic references should be emailed directly to email@example.com by the recommenders with the student’s name in the subject line by the scholarship application deadline.
Before starting your application, read the application guidelines and eligibility criteria.
Terms and conditions
The scholarship will be awarded for the 2018/19 academic year. It cannot normally be deferred.
If you are awarded the scholarship you must agree to us passing your details on to the scholarship donor and you will need to write a handwritten thank you card/letter.
You must also agree to meet the donor if required, share your grades at the end of your course and send a short written report with details of how the scholarship has supported your studies and what you plan to do in the future.
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