College of Arts and Law Distance Learning Masters Research Scholarship(s)

Level of study
Postgraduate research masters
Subject area
Arts and Law, African Studies, American and Canadian Studies, Antiquity, Archaeology, Classics and Ancient History, Drama and Theatre Arts, English Language and Linguistics, English Literature, Film and Creative Writing, Heritage, History, History of Art, Law, Modern Languages and Cultures, Music, Philosophy, Theology and Religion
Nationality
EU, Overseas (Non-EU), UK
Type of Award
University
Deadline for applying
Closes 22/03/2019

Award Description

The College of Arts and Law is pleased to offer scholarships for distance learning students, studying our Masters Research programmes starting in the 2019-2020 academic year.

Applications are welcome from UK, EU and Overseas students wishing to study any discipline within the College's five schools: 

Value of Award

These awards are worth up to £3,000 for full-time Home/EU students and up to £10,000 for full-time Overseas students and are paid as a contribution towards tuition fees. The value of the award will be adjusted pro-rata for part-time students. 

Eligibility Criteria

These awards are open to UK, EU and Overseas students, studying full-time or part-time distance learning Masters Research programmes in the College of Arts and Law which commence in September.

Applications for funding can only be considered alongside an application to study.

How to Apply

In order to apply, you must have completed an application to study. You will then need to complete our online application form. Your application must also be supported by two references.

For detailed advice  and to complete the online application form, please visit our College of Arts and Law scholarships how to apply page.

The deadline for applying is Friday 22 March at 4pm.

Only complete applications submitted before the deadline will be considered.  

Further information

If you would like any further information, please email calpg-research@contacts.bham.ac.uk or telephone 0121 414 8442 or 0121 414 6627.