Joyce Nield Scholarship
The Manchester Writing School at Manchester Metropolitan University is pleased to welcome applications for the 2017/2018 Joyce Nield Scholarship for students joining the programme in September 2017 or January 2018. The scholarship will assist a student from a non-UK Commonwealth country with the cost of an MA in Creative Writing.
The scholarship will be awarded to an applicant of outstanding potential and commitment, and will pay 50% of the tuition fees for the MA, whether for full- or part-time study, on campus or online.
To be considered for the scholarship, you should:
- Be a citizen of a non-UK Commonwealth country;
- Submit an application to the MA Creative Writing programme before 31st August 2017;
- Indicate at the top of your personal statement therein that you would like to be considered for the scholarship; (if you have already submitted an application and/or been offered a place for September 2017 or January 2018 entry, you can just let us know by email that you would like to be considered);
- Through your application to the MA demonstrate your eligibility, excellence, commitment, and potential.
The successful applicant will be expected to act as a “Masters Scholar” and make a modest, but important, contribution to the learning community of the Manchester Writing School – whether on campus here in Manchester or on an international basis through distance learning platforms. Examples of this might include: arranging a seminar, workshop or small project; representing the university at an event or festival; undertaking a pilot project or placement with one of our partner organisations; encouraging the wider university community (including undergraduate students) to engage with Manchester Writing School activities.
If you have any enquires or would like any further information, please contact Postgraduate Creative Writing Admission Coordinator James Draper on +44 (0) 161 247 1787 or email@example.com.
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