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The Ian Gregor Scholarship

Home tuition fees, plus £500

The Ian Gregor Scholarship pays home fees (or the equivalent amount to international applicants) and a £500 bursary for one year’s full-time study

Ian Gregor was a founding member of the School of English from 1964. He became Professor of Modern English Literature in 1969 and as such played a leading role in developing graduate studies, particularly the taught MA programme. He is best known for two co-authored works, a study of William Golding written with another Kent colleague Mark Kinkead-Weekes, and a study of modern fiction, The Moral and the Story, written with Brian Nicholls, together with a monograph on Thomas Hardy, The Great Web. His reputation for collegiality was a by-word and is best represented in his edited collection, Reading the Victorian Novel: Detail into Form, all of whose contributors came from Kent’s School of English. Ian retired in 1988 and died in 1995. The Gregor Scholarship was established in his memory and is sustained through the generosity of his brother Malcolm Gregor.

Criteria

  • All candidates who have applied for place on a full-time taught MA programme by Friday the 22nd of March 2019 will be automatically considered for the scholarship, regardless of their fee status, nationality or domicile.

How to apply

All students wishing to be considered for this scholarship must have applied to their MA programme of choice by Friday 22nd March 2019.

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to interview and successful candidates will be informed by email with the funds being made available in the form of a partial fee waiver at the beginning of their studies.

Deadline

The deadline for this scholarship for 2019/20 has passed. Details for 2020/21 will be published here when available


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