The Peter McGuffin Prize Scholarships at Institute of Psychiatry of King’s College London, UK

This scholarship is now available to support students who want to develop their research skills and learn about Genes, Environment and Development in an interdisciplinary environment informed by cutting edge science.

The award will help support the successful applicant to pay their fees so that they can undertake the MSc Genes, Environment & Development in Psychology & Psychiatry course which will equip them for a role in research or academia.

 

 

Scholarships Number and Award:

A) Half the full fees  for a home/EU scholar (i.e. £4,950 paid via an internal transfer within the university)

B) the same amount towards the international fee (i.e. £4,950 paid via an internal transfer within the university). If international, the scholarship holder will still need to meet the difference in fees personally or from another award.

 

Education Level & Subject:

These scholarships are available to pursue a postgraduate degree in MSc Genes, Environment & Development in Psychology & Psychiatry.

 

Eligibility:

In order to be eligible for this scheme, you must meet the following criteria:

-You must meet the eligibility criteria for the MSc Genes, Environment and Development programme in Psychology and Psychiatry (GED PP) here

-You must not already hold an MSc or equivalent postgraduate qualification.

NOTE: Students who already hold a master’s degree or higher are not eligible for this funding but students who have undertaken prior postgraduate study such as PG Diplomas or PG Certificates or clinical/medical qualifications are eligible.

This prize has been donated to fund an exceptional student who might otherwise not have been able to study on the course and the bursary will roll over to next year if not awarded in 2018.

 

How to Apply:

Download application form click

Applicants can send applications including another documents on apply.kcl.ac.uk

 

Deadline:

March 31, 2018

 

More information:

www.kcl.ac.uk

Comments

SHARE

More interesting stuffs...