Nabídka postgraduálních stipendií na University of Glasgow

Taught masters scholarships at the University of Glasgow

3. 6. 2014

YOU CAN DO CZECH, POLISH, RUSSIAN, AND OTHER CENTRAL AND EAST EUROPEAN TOPICS WITHIN THIS PROGRAMME. JČ.

The School of Modern Languages and Cultures at the University of Glasgow is delighted to offer 8 fees-only taught masters scholarships available for study next academic year, 2014-2015. The scholarships are open to all and pay the full fees for UK/EU students or an equivalent reduction for non-EU students.

They may be used for one of the following taught postgraduate programmes:

MLitt in Comparative Literature, MLitt in Modern Languages and Cultures, MSc in Translation Studies: Translation & Professional Practice

Further information on our postgraduate programmes and how to apply may be found HERE

It is important to stress that language graduates also have the option of taking the Comparative Literature MLitt: it is not just or even primarily for students who have done Comp Lit at UG level but rather (and more importantly!) for students who have languages but wish to further their studies in intercultural or interdisciplinary ways.

To apply for a scholarship:

You can find further information and an application form HERE

Deadline for scholarship applications: 23 June 2014

Please note that in order to be considered for a scholarship you must have a conditional or unconditional offer of a place on one of the above taught masters programmes.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact us:

Dr Penny Morris (Postgraduate Convenor for the School of Modern Languages and Cultures; Convenor, MLitt in Modern Languages and Cultures)

Dr Laura Martin (Convenor, MLitt in Comparative Literature)

Dr Georgina Collins (Convenor, MSc in Translation Studies: Translation & Professional Practice)

Ms Carolyn Donaldson (Postgraduate Administrative Support)

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