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Paris School of Arts and Culture Scholarship Fund

Total fund of £25,000

The University of Kent, Paris is pleased to announce a scholarship fund worth £25,000 for taught Master’s students studying during the academic year 2019/20.

Paris Scholarships to the value of £5,000 will be awarded to outstanding applicants able to demonstrate a high level of academic achievement, clear intellectual ambition and the potential to make a strong contribution to their chosen MA programme.

Criteria

To be eligible, candidates: 
  • Must have received a conditional or unconditional offer of a place on one of the Kent, Paris programmes for the academic year starting in September 2019, whether split-site (Canterbury and Paris) or Paris only
  • Intend to study full-time only
  • Can be UK, EU and overseas fee paying students 
  • Will be assessed on academic excellence, and will usually hold by July 2019 a first-class Bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject, or hold by July 2019 an equivalent non-UK qualification or a Master’s degree at merit or distinction in a relevant subject or equivalent 
For students whose programmes are quoted in euros, your scholarship will automatically be converted into that currency.

How to apply

Candidates must send a letter of motivation, not exceeding 500 words, stating why they wish to join their chosen Kent, Paris MA programme and how this fits into their longer term plans.

The letter of motivation should be saved with the following file name: “FirstnameSURNAME_application number_letter of motivation”, for example: CatherineWOOD_123456789_letter of motivation.doc.

The letter should be addressed to the Academic Director of Paris programmes and sent by email to paris@kent.ac.uk with the subject line: “Scholarship application Firstname SURNAME application number”, for example: Scholarship application Catherine WOOD 123456789.

The opening date for accepting applications is Monday 1 April 2019. Please do not send scholarship applications before this date.

Deadline

31 May 2019


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