Applications are still being accepted from promising future researchers in mental health for our MSc Scholarships for 2014/15 entry.
Applications will be open for a few more days for the UCL Division of Psychiatry MSc in Clinical Mental Health Sciences. It offers pathways both for clinicians who wish to develop their research-led advanced knowledge in mental health, and for recent psychology graduates aiming to develop their understanding of mental health problems and of the current evidence on their aetiology and management.
The MSc in Mental Health Sciences Research is intended for clinicians wishing to develop as researchers and will be open until 1 September.
Applicants with a strong interest in research careers can still consider applying for our scholarship opportunities:
CLOSING 14 AUGUST: The Division of Psychiatry Scholarships: These are open to all applicants for our MScs. We aim to award them to the applicants who are most promising as future researchers in mental health. They will be worth £2,000 for students registering full time and £1,000 for those registering on flexible or part time pathways. Names of award-winners will be announced on our website. To be considered for these scholarships, please apply for the MSc in Mental Health Sciences Research or the MSc in Clinical Mental Health Sciences and please also send to Mrs Chris Coup, MSc Course Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org, a 1,000 word statement summarising:
(a) your research achievements so far;
(b) how you envisage research being part of your future career;
(c) what topic in mental health you would like to research in future, why, and how you would approach it.
Awards will be made on the basis of these statements and your application forms for the MSc.
Applications need to be received by 4 August, and candidates need also to have applied for the MSc in Mental Health Sciences Research or MSc in Clinical Mental Health Sciences.
CLOSING 14 AUGUST: The Noclor Scholarships: These are open only to staff in Mental Health Trusts affiliated to the Noclor Research Support Service (Camden and Islington; Central and North West London; Barnet, Enfield and Haringey; Tavistock and Portman; East London; West London) who are applying for the MSc in Mental Health Sciences Research. Funding to the value of £8,5000 is available for two clinicians to undertake the course full time or part time, commencing September 2014. Applications from nursing staff are particularly encouraged. Chris Coup (email@example.com) may be contacted for details of how to apply: the closing date is 15 August.
The NELFT Scholarships: North East London NHS Foundation Trust (NELFT) can offer up to 3 scholarships of up to £2000 each year to students on the MSc Mental Health Sciences Research who are currently working for NELFT during the academic year of the MSc. Promise as a researcher is the main criterion for award. Applications can be made to Fiona Horton at NELFT Research & Development Department with an application letter, curriculum vitae, copy of acceptance letter for the MSc. firstname.lastname@example.org.