UCL Division of Psychiatry Scholarships 2019
By rejusjo, on 13 August 2019
We are very pleased to announce that we can offer a small number of Division of Psychiatry Scholarships to contribute towards fees for the MSc in Mental Health Sciences Research, the MSc in Clinical Mental Health Sciences Research or the MSc in Dementia Causes, Treatment and Research (Mental Health), beginning in 2019-20.
We aim to award these scholarships to the applicants who appear most promising as future researchers in mental health. The scholarships will be worth up to £3,000. Part-time or flexible students entering the second year of the course are also eligible, and can apply for a further award if successful last year (amounts are likely to be smaller for part-timers). Names of award-winners will be announced on our website. To be considered for these scholarships, please apply for a Division of Psychiatry MSc if you have not done so already (the MSc Clinical Mental Health Sciences is closed, so that you are required already to be an offer holder on this course), and please also send to Mrs Chris Coup, MSc Course Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org, a 500 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.
For continuing students entering the second year and beyond, achievements so far on the MSc can also be taken into account.
Applications need to be received by the end of 31 August 2019. Those holding offers for the MSc Clinical Mental Health Sciences, offer holders or applicants for the MSc in Mental Health Sciences Research and the MSc Dementia Causes, Treatment and Research (Mental Health), and continuing students on any programme can be considered.
Further details of our MScs:
MSc Mental Health Sciences Research
MSc Clinical Mental Health Sciences