Applications are now accepted for the Guy S. Goodwin-Gill Scholarship. The scholarship is exclusively open to international students who will be undertaking Master Program in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies by distance learning at London University. Preference will be to those who coming from less developed countries. A range of interesting benefits will be given to each of the successful candidates. The application deadline is 21 August 2017.
The University of London has established a prestigious scholarship for the MA in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies by distance learning. These awards are named the Guy S. Goodwin-Gill Scholarships to celebrate the achievements of the renowned refugee law expert Professor Guy S. Goodwin-Gill (pictured above), a close friend and supporter of the Refugee Law Initiative at the University’s School of Advanced Study since its inception. Three Guy S. Goodwin-Gill Scholarships will be awarded over the next three years, commencing in October 2017. These scholarships seek to support outstanding students who might not otherwise be able to gain access to the MA in Refugee Protection. As such, they particularly welcome applications from candidates who are nationals of and residing in low- and middle-income countries.
Each of the Guy S. Goodwin-Gill Scholarship recipients will receive the ‘whole fee’ for the two-year part-time distance learning MA programme, comprising two Core Module fees, four Elective Module fees, and the two Dissertation modules fees. This is equivalent to fees of £7,720 over the lifetime of the award.
Level and Area of Studies
Master program in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies.
Place of Study
At the University of London, UK.
Eligibility and Criteria
Only those who meet the criteria as follow will be considered to receive the Guy S. Goodwin-Gill Scholarship:
- Have the offer of a place on the MA in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies by distance learning, and
- demonstrate outstanding academic merit or potential in the field of study, evidenced particularly by past achievements, and
- be unable to take up the offer of a place on the MA in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies due to financial circumstances.
- Preferential consideration will be given to candidates who are nationals of and residing in low and middle income countries.
- Students currently studying for a University of London award are ineligible for this scholarship.
Citizens of all nationalities can apply for this scholarship. (Preferential consideration will be given to candidates who are nationals of and residing in low and middle income countries).
Detail instruction will be given if the candidates have received an offer from the university.
21 August 2017.