Candidates must have accepted a full-time offer of a place on the MA in Gender, Violence and Conflict commencing in September 2017.
Candidates must have achieved, or be expected to achieve, a first or upper second class honours degree from a UK university, or equivalent from an overseas institution, and/or have equivalent relevant professional experience.
Candidates must meet all the University's general entrance requirements.
- The Einhorn Oestreicher Masters Scholarship is kindly funded through the generous philanthropic support of Prof Barbara Einhorn and The Reverend Dr Paul Oestreicher in memory of their children Jessica and Daniel, and matched funding from the University.
There is a two stage process to apply for the scholarship:
Stage one: Candidates may only apply for the scholarship once they have accepted a place on the MA in Gender, Violence and Conflict. Candidates should therefore apply for a place on the MA at least two weeks before the scholarship deadline of 31 May in order to allow sufficient time for the MA application to be processed. Apply here
Stage two: Once a place has been accepted on the MA in Gender, Violence and Conflict candidates should complete and return the attached scholarship application form by 31 May.