Deadline:

13 September 2019.

Location:

 London, UK.

(Partially Funded)

Description

Trask Fund MRes Art Bursaries

The Trask Fund MRes Art Bursaries of £ 2,000 each is available to three student s accepted on the MRes Art courses at Central Saint Martins, University of The Arts London.

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The bursary will be assessed on the basis of financial need and academic merit, and will provide a contribution towards course fees for the first year of study only.

Opportunity Focus Areas:

  • Art
  • Industrial Design

Required Languages

English.

Eligible Countries

ALL WORLD COUNTRIES.

Program Period

2 years (60 weeks).

Eligibility Requirements (Criteria)

To be eligible for The Trask Fund MRes Art Bursaries students must be:

  • Accepted on one of the following full-time courses at Central Saint Martins commencing October 2019:

-MRes Art: Moving Image

-MRes Art: Exhibition Studies

-MRes Art: Theory and Philosophy

  • Applicants must enroll on the course in the same academic year for which they have applied for funding.
  • Award recipients are expected to attend all timetabled classes and tutorials, excepting periods of absence due to illness. Attendance will be monitored, and any student with an unacceptable attendance record may risk the termination of their award.

Opportunity Cost

(Partially Funded)

  • The bursary is worth £2,000 and will be a contribution towards course fees for the first year of study for three students.
  • Tuition fees will be paid directly from the award to the University’s Tuition Fees account.

How to Apply

First Step: Apply to one of the of the following full-time courses at Central Saint Martins commencing October 2019:

-MRes Art: Moving Image

-MRes Art: Exhibition Studies

-MRes Art: Theory and Philosophy

Second Step: Once you got accepted Press the “Apply Now” button below and fill the application form.

Third Step: Upload the following documents with your application.

  • A copy of your most up to date Curriculum Vitae (CV).
  • An academic or professional reference.
  • Household income evidence (please see online application form for more information).
  • Evidence of financial hardship (if applicable).

Fourth Step: Send an electronic portfolio via Dropbox to scholarshipapplications@arts.ac.uk containing a PDF document, which should be an example of what you consider to be your best work for the Selection Panel to review, and must include:

  • title page with your name and course title.
  • introductory page of no more than 500 words explaining your work.
  • up to 25 pages of images with each image numbered and clearly labelled and annotated as appropriate.
Note: Instructions for Uploading your Portfolio via Dropbox from here.

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This Scholarship Published by:
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Reviewed by “ Nada Ahmed/ Egypt and Samah Gacem/ Algeria
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