The Bourne Scholarship 2022 | University Of East Angila
University Of East Anglia
Norwich, Norfolk, United Kingdom
The Bourne Scholarship 2022 | University of East Angila
The Bourne Scholarship 2022 is a fully funded masters scholarship for international students offered by University of East Angila. This scholarship provides total value of £7,000.
The Bourne Scholarship invite applications from international students who want to pursue masters degree in Creative Writing (Prose Fiction) at University of East Angila, UK for academic year 2022-2023. Bourne Scholarship total value is £7,000 which will either cover tuition fees or maintenance.
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The Bourne Scholarship is offered for Masters degree in the field of Prose Fiction. This scholarship is provided by University of East Anglia and the value of this scholarship is partial funding, £7,000. This scholarship is open to all nationalities.
Level of Study: Masters
Institution(s): University of East Angila
Study in: UK
Deadline: May 14, 2022
Course Offered: MA Creative Writing: Prose Fiction
Bourne Scholarship total value is £7,000 which will either cover tuition fees or maintenance.
Eligibility Criteria for Bourne Scholarship
To qualify for Bourne Scholarship, candidate must fulfill all of the following requirements below:
Required Language: English.
Eligible Countries: All world countries
All the program-specific requirements must be met.
Eligible Course: MA Creative Writing (Prose Fiction).
Age: Preference given to those over 25.
Preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate genuine financial need.
How to Apply for Bourne Scholarship?
Please follow the following application instructions to apply for Bourne Scholarship:
Note: Please note that in order to be considered for the creative writing donor-funded scholarship programme, you will need to have submitted both your scholarship application and have applied for the MA in Creative Writing (Prose Fiction) by 12 noon on 14 May. It is possible that you might not have a response about the outcome of your course application by this date, but you should still submit a scholarship application by this deadline if you wish to be considered for scholarships.
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