The Department of Social Policy and Social Work is honoured to announce the call of applications for the ‘Jonathan Bradshaw’ Scholarship to prospective postgraduate students that receive offer for any of our one (1) year MA and MRes programmes: MA in Social Policy, MRes Social Policy, MA in Comparative and International Social Policy, MA in Global Social Policy and MA in Global Crime and Justice.
The scholarship is worth £6,000 and is available to prospective students that study on a full time basis. All offer holders are eligible to apply for a scholarship. Overseas scholarship recipients would need to fund the remainder of their tuition fee through alternative funds. To honour the ground breaking contributions of Jonathan Bradshaw to the comparative study of child well-being and poverty, we anticipate that the recipient of the scholarship will explore in their independent research study (Dissertation), issues related to well-being and poverty, whether that apply nationally, comparatively or internationally.
Scholarships are available to applicants who meet ALL of the following criteria:
The scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic and work excellence. Evidence of academic qualifications and work experience will have to be available in your application for postgraduate study at the Department of Social Policy and Social Work. Preference will be given to prospective students that demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of debates on poverty and child well-being.
If you wish to apply for a scholarship please email a completed form to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for applications is 1st July 2016.