Wilkinson Scholarship for Development and Emergency Practice
This scholarship contributes a value of £10,500 towards the full-time MA Development and Emergency Practice degree tuition fees. It is open for competition for international applicants from developing countries in Asia, Africa, Middle East and Latin America only.
Candidates meeting the English language requirements including completing IELT/Toefl exams will be given a preference over others.
The Faculty must receive all completed scholarship applications by 11.59pm (23:59 GMT) on 5 June 2023. Applications must be made through the appropriate google form. Successful applicants will be informed by email of the Committee’s decision by 3rd July 2023 (TBC). Applicants who are offered a scholarship must indicate by 7 July 2023 whether they wish to accept the offer of a scholarship. Applicants failing to notify the Faculty of their intention to take up the offer of a scholarship by the deadline of 7 July 2023 will forfeit the scholarship. Scholarship offers not accepted by the deadline will be withdrawn and re-allocated to the next applicant on the scholarship reserve list.
No late applications will be accepted.
The address for correspondence in relation to the scholarships listed in this document is:
Programme Portfolio Manager, Room AB221, Faculty of Technology, Design & Environment, Oxford Brookes University, Headington Campus, Oxford OX3 OBP, UK
The scholarships will be awarded on a competitive basis of academic merit and applications are assessed in relation to:
- academic merit
- how the applicant’s chosen degree programme relates to their career ambitions
- personal development explaining why the applicant believes they are deserving of the scholarship
This funding is available to students studying on the following courses:
Applicants must apply for a scholarship at the same time as, or subsequent to, applying for one of the named Master’s degrees listed in this document:
- Applicants must complete the appropriate Application Form. Applicants should complete the application form once only, indicating all scholarships they wish to apply for – applicants must however check their eligibility and required criteria for each.
- Scholarship applications must be accompanied by a personal statement in the section provided which must clearly identify why the applicant believes they are deserving of the scholarship
- The deadline for receipt of a scholarship application is 11.59pm (23:59 GMT) on Monday 5 June 2023 for entry to the programme in September 2023.
- The Faculty’s postgraduate scholarships are awards made towards tuition fees only. It is therefore important that applicants clearly identify how they intend to raise the additional funding necessary to cover living costs, travel, textbooks, other ancillary costs and any additional fees, should the tuition fees be higher than the amount of scholarship available.
- Applicants failing to comply with these procedures will not be considered for the scholarship.
- Candidates should be notified if they have been successful by 3 July 2023.
Terms and conditions
- The Scholarship Committee of the Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment will be responsible for the allocation of the scholarships identified in this leaflet. The decision of the Committee in awarding the scholarships is final and the Committee will not enter into discussion regarding decisions.
- When allocating awards, the Scholarship Committee will take account of:
- applicant’s performance in examinations and other formal assessments at first degree level. (In the case of final year undergraduates, the Committee will take into consideration the applicant’s expected results, as indicated by their referees. (Conditional offers of scholarships will only be confirmed if applicants achieve satisfactory results.);
- work experience and professional qualifications, if appropriate;
- applicant’s personal statements about their intended programme of study and their reasons and purposes for undertaking it. This is an important part of the application, and the Committee will pay particular attention to what applicants write in their personal statements.
- references supporting the applicant’s programme applications;
- supporting statements from programme tutors to which the applicant has applied, where applicable.
- A reserve list may be drawn up in case any of the selected applicants do not take up the offer of a scholarship. The Committee will also monitor student progress, in the case of part-time scholarships awarded for two years.