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Risk Masters Scholarships at Durham University, UK

Deadline:

April 30, 2015

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The Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience (IHRR), in conjunction with Collingwood College, is delighted to offer the following scholarship thanks to the generosity of one of our alumni.

This scholarship is designed to cover full tuition fees as well as a stipend and other financial support, up to a total value of £27,610. The scholarship is available to International applicants for one of the listed programmes in the academic year 2015/16. 

Eligibility

Fees status

International 

Level of Study

Taught Master's Degree programmes

Mode of study

Full time

Year of Entry

Applicants for programmes commencing in 2015/16

Programmes

Detail

  • £14,900 - Payment of International tuition fees
  • £10,800 - full payment of accommodation charges including membership of Collingwood Middle Common Room; balance paid as a termly stipend
  • £1,000 - one return flight to the UK
  • £600 - arrival allowance
  • £310 - allocation to cover visa expenses

 Duration

One year

Number of awards available

1

How to apply

Prospective applicants must:

 Applications accepted from

16 March 2015

 Application deadline

30 April 2015

 When candidates will hear the outcome of their application

29 May 2015

Applicants for this scholarship must be able to demonstrate that they intend to use the skills and knowledge gained for international and humanitarian purposes and will need to outline the ways in which they intend to do this in their scholarship application form.

Single accommodation will be available in Collingwood College and it is intended that the scholar will be a resident member of the Collingwood community. However, if the student has specific accommodation requirements which cannot be provided by Collingwood, they are free to make alternative arrangements and should not feel that this should stop them applying for this scholarship. Whether resident in Collingwood College or not, the scholarship recipient will be expected to contribute to life in Collingwood. This may include presenting your research and work at college events and writing about your work for college publications.

Selection Process

Applications will be considered by a panel of senior academic staff at the University.

Contact

For further information or advice regarding this scholarship:

Online enquiry

Email: scholarships.advice@durham.ac.uk

Phone: +44 (0)191 334 6395 

For further information or advice regarding the Risk Masters postgraduate application process, please contact Mrs Nicola Bramfitt (Risk Programme Admissions):

Email: n.j.bramfitt@durham.ac.uk 

Phone: +44 (0)191 334 1833

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