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Sunday, 22 November 2015

Sadako Ogata Scholarship, University of London

Master

Provided by: Ana Filipovic

Location (s)

  • United Kingdom

Required Language (s)

 English

Overview

University of London is offering masters scholarship for lower and middle income countries students to start their studies in March, 2016.

Details

Description:

Up to two prestigious scholarships are available to pursue MA in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies.
The Sadako Ogata Scholarship celebrates the achievements of Sadako Ogata, former United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (1991-2000), and an inspiring role model for practitioners and students of refugee protection worldwide.
Opportunity is About:

Eligibility

Candidates should be from:
Description of Ideal Candidate:
Applicants for the Sadako Ogata Scholarship must:
- Have received an offer of registration for the MA in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies for the relevant upcoming academic session; and
- be a national of and residing in a low- or lower-middle-income country and
- demonstrate outstanding academic merit or potential in the field of study, evidenced particularly by past achievements; and
-be unable to take up the offer of a place on the MA in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies due to financial circumstances.
- Students currently studying for a University of London award are not eligible to apply for this scholarship.

Dates:

Deadline:
January 18, 2016


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