Three scholarships of £3,000 each are available as a contribution to tuition fees.
The School will award up to three £3,000 scholarships (as contribution to tuition fees) on a competitive basis.
To be eligible, candidates must have a First Class or a very good 2.1 (68%+) honours degree from the School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research (graduating by this summer or already graduated), and starting full-time study on one of the follow degree programmes in September 2019:
This scholarship will be in addition to any Kent scholarships and discounts (such as the £1,000 Graduate School Scholarship, 10% Loyalty Discount and the School £500 discount for high performing students).
First Class honours or a very good upper 2.1 (68%+) degree from the School of
Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research
Have graduated in summer 2019 or earlier
• Eligible programmes: MA Criminology; MA International Social Policy; MA Methods of Social Research; MA Philanthropic Studies; MA Sociology
• Full-time study to commence
in September 2019
16.00 on Friday 28 June 2019