Military-civilian interactions in Peacekeeping operations
- Level of study
- Postgraduate research masters, Postgraduate taught masters
- Subject area
- EU, Overseas (Non-EU), UK
- Type of Award
- Deadline for applying
- Closed 23/03/2020 (Note: competition closed for this year)
The University of Birmingham is offering two scholarships for students on any Masters programme in History with a research element, specialising in Contemporary History, Area Studies, Development, or interdisciplinary work (e.g. MA Global History, MA Contemporary History, an MRes or MA by Research). The award is for any research in the area of military-civilian interactions in Peacekeeping operations, with a preference for work about peacekeeper-fathered children.
Value of Award
This award offers two scholarships of £9,000 each. Depending on the programme of the successful applicant, this would either pay for the tuition fees and a small maintenance, or provide a generous contribution towards tuition fees, as appropriate.
The award is available for both full-time or part-time study.
Open to new applicants only (current students are not eligible to apply).
How to Apply
Applicants are required to send in a CV, along with a sample of your work (e.g. an essay or undergraduate dissertation) and the names of two referees with familiarity with your written work to: firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 23 March 2020.
Professor Sabine Lee
0121 414 5749