2013 Museum Studies Distance Learning Masters Degree Part-Fee Bursaries in UK

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University of Leicester, School of Museum Studies is offering bursaries for UK/EU and international applicants. The masters bursaries are offered in Digital Heritage, Museum Studies, Interpretation, Representation and Heritage and Learning and Visitor Studies. The bursaries are for distance learning program. Applicants applying for the bursaries must have first-class or second-class undergraduate degree (or an equivalent qualification) in a relevant subject.. The School of Museum Studies is pleased to offer a number of part-fee bursaries for April 2013 entry to one of its distance learning Masters degree programmes. The bursaries are open to new UK/EU and international (i.e., non-EU) applicants and are payable as a reduction of the course fee. Applicants must be able to commence their studies in April 2013.On all of our courses you will develop the knowledge and skills required to move into a variety of careers in museums and galleries, as well as being prepared for further postgraduate study. Distance learning students are encouraged to attend the optional Distance Learning Summer School each year to meet their fellow students and attend lectures, tutorials, study visits and seminars.. This scholarship is available for pursuing master’s degree.
The research areas of this scholarship are: The bursaries are available for masters programmes in Digital Heritage, Museum Studies, Interpretation, Representation and Heritage, Learning and Visitor Studies.
Who can apply to this scholarship?
· Applicants must have a first
· class or second
· class undergraduate degree (or an equivalent qualification) in a relevant subject or be able to demonstrate considerable relevant work experience (minimum of five years).
· It is expected that applicants will have some relevant experience, either in a paid or voluntary capacity. “Relevant experience” is here interpreted quite broadly and should relate to the course applied for, but would include work in museums, galleries, educational settings, archives, sites of interpretation, and other heritage or culture locations.
· you passed one of these English language tests, at or above the grade stated(International applicants can read more about our English language entry requirements.)
Benefits of the scholarship: Masters in Digital Heritage -1 x bursary open to UK/EU applicants only and worth 50% of course fee -1 x bursary open to international (i.e., non-EU) applicants only and worth 50% of course fee Masters in Museum Studies -2 x bursaries open to UK/EU and international applicants and each worth £1,000 Masters in Interpretation, Representation, and Heritage -2 x bursaries open to UK/EU and international applicants and each worth £1,000 Masters in Learning and Visitor Studies – 2 x bursaries open to UK/EU and international applicants and each worth £1,000
More information about the fellowship:
Duration: Not Known
Number of scholarships: Not provided

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