ICMA Centre announces new Ambassador Scholarship
For 2011 entry the ICMA Centre will be offering up to five awards of £10,000 each to Masters students on the basis of academic excellence. All applicants for the full-time Masters degrees who meet the entry criteria will be considered for this scholarship.
Professor Adrian Bell, School Director of Teaching and Learning said:
"We are delighted to announce this new scholarship. This is an exciting opportunity for applicants as it offers both a very substantial discount and through the ambassadorial role, the chance to develop important networking and presentation skills. We expect demand for these awards to be high and urge those who are interested to apply as soon as possible."
Open to all UK and EU applicants the criteria for consideration includes outstanding results at undergraduate level together with an excellent level of spoken English. Successful applicants will be contacted via letter to arrange a convenient face-to-face or telephone/Skype interview and will be notified within ten working days following the interview whether they have been awarded the scholarship (subject to fulfilling any conditions attached to their offer of a place on the MSc programme). The deadline for applications to be considered for the scholarship is Friday 17 June.
For more information regarding the scholarship please visit www.icmacentre.ac.uk/ambassador-scholarship
|Published||24 March 2011|
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