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Professor Janet Askham Bursary at King’s College London in UK, 2015-2016

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May 29, 2015

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King’s College London is awarding postgraduate bursary within the Department of Social Science, Health and Medicine. All students applying for any of Institute of Gerontology programmes, including those on MSc Gerontology, MA/MSc Ageing & Society or MA Public Policy to begin in September 2016 are eligible for this bursary, including UK, EU and Overseas students. Each bursary has a value of £2,000. The application deadline is 29th of May 2015.
Study Subject(s): Bursary is awarded for Institute of Gerontology programmes, including those on MSc Gerontology, MA/MSc Ageing & Society or MA Public Policy.
Course Level: Bursary is available for pursuing masters degree program at King’s College London.
Scholarship Provider: King’s College London, UK

Eligibility: 
All students applying for full-time Institute of Gerontology programmes beginning in September 2015 are eligible, including UK, EU and Overseas students.
Scholarship Open for International Students: UK, EU and Overseas students can apply for this postgraduate bursary.
Scholarship Description: Named in honour of Professor Janet Askham, previous Director of the Institute of Gerontology, the bursary is awarded to a student on one of the Institute of Gerontology programmes, including those on MSc Gerontology, MA/MSc Ageing & Society or MA Public Policy.
What does it cover? Bursary has a value of £1000.
Selection Criteria: The bursaries will be awarded on the basis of the assessments of three criteria: 1. Previous academic performance; 2. relevant experience where appropriate; 3. personal statement indicating reasons for applying to a particular programme.
Notification: The successful candidate will be notified no later than 19 June 2015. Payments will be made in October 2015 and January 2016. 
How to Apply: There is no separate application procedure. All fully completed applications received by midnight on the 29th May 2015 will be considered for the bursaries. A fully completed application means a complete online application form together with all supporting documents including personal statements, transcripts, references and IELTS certificates (where appropriate). All necessary documentation must e uploaded to, or received by, the Postgraduate Admissions Portal by the due time and date.
 
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