New! Three fee-waiver scholarships now available for MA International Relations and MA International Security
Friday, 19 May 2017
Applications are now open for three fee-waiver scholarships available for our MA International Relations and our brand-new MA International Security course. The details of the three scholarships are as follows:
One fee-waiver scholarship is available to an international student who is intending to study on either the MA International Relations or the MA International Security. This will cover 100% of the tuition fees (£14,000) and is open to students intending to start their course in September 2017.
One fee-waiver scholarship is available to a home/EU student who is intending to study on the MA International Relations. This will cover 100% of the tuition fees (£6,000) and is open to full-time or part-time students intending to start their course in September 2017.
One fee-waiver scholarship is available to a home/EU student who is intending to study on the MA International Security. This will cover 100% of the tuition fees (£6,000) and is open to full-time or part-time students intending to start their course in September 2017.
Please note these scholarships do not cover living costs. Guidelines on how much you should expect to spend on your living costs can be found here.
Applicants for all scholarships will need to hold an offer before submitting their scholarship application form.
Find out more about the MA International Relations here - information about the new MA International Security will be available online in the coming days, but if you would like to know more please contact course lead Dr Stephen Hurt on firstname.lastname@example.org.
An application form for the fee-waiver scholarship is available from email@example.com and must be returned by 23:59 on Friday 30th June 2017.
Our postgraduate students benefit from being taught by a team of research-active scholars who publish in their areas of expertise. In addition to the taught modules, students on both the MA International Relations and the MA International Security also get the opportunity to go on a four-day study tour to Brussels and The Hague. Travel and accommodation for this trip are included in your fees, and this includes visits to key institutions of the European Union and a range of international organisations, such as the International Criminal Court and the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. This trip enables students to get a first-hand experience of how these important international institutions work.
For general sources of financial support at Oxford Brookes University, see:
Funding for Postgraduate students from the UK and EU
Funding for Postgraduate students from outside the EU