The Stationers’ Foundation Bursary is designated solely for use by students enrolled in the MA in Documentary Photography and Photojournalism. It provides one bursary for the course each year to a UK-based postgraduate applicant who is under the age of 25 or, in rare cases, under the age of 30.
About the Scholarship:
The Royal Polytechnic Institute, the forerunner to the University of Westminster, opened its doors in 1838. It’s commonly considered to be among the oldest and most renowned schools in the UK. In 1992, the school was given the title “University of Westminster,” which means “University of the Royal Court” in English. Vice-Chancellor Dr. Peter Bonfield OBE and Chancellor Lady Frances Sorrell. The main campus is on Regent Street, right in the heart of London. Furthermore, it has three other campuses in the nearby areas of Fitzrovia, Harrow, and Marylebone. Numerous groups, including the European Foundation for Management Development, Universities UK, the European Institution Association, and the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS), are partners of the university.
Three colleges, twelve schools, and sixty-five departments and research institutes make up the University of Westminster’s organizational structure. There are 99 professional and short courses and 231 graduate level courses available at this university. These courses are available for both full-time and part-time attendance, as well as through open enrollment and distance education. There was a total of 22 million pound in funding for the university’s research grants, awards, and contracts. The likes of Sir Thomas Bennett and Fougasse (both architects) and John Ryan (an animator) are just a few of the famous people who earned degrees from this institution.
Notable authors like Mary Jo Bang and David Gascoyne are also among the school’s alums, as are business moguls like Sinclair Beecham, Julian Metcalfe, and Robert Bellinger, and famous comedians like Charlie Brooker, Asif Kaoadia, and Tej Lalvani. Some of the more well-known faculty members are Sir George Cayley, who is widely recognized as the “Father of Aeronautical Engineering,” Charles Algernon Parsons, who was a pioneer in the development of the steam turbine, and Tom Ang, a BBC television presenter. Among those there were the political theorist Chantal Mouffe, the prominent modernist poet Ezra Pound, and the political theorist Jean Seaton (professor of media history and historian of the BBC). There are only 1750 beds at the university’s dorms, which are spread across six buildings and are the largest in the country. The school can help students find private housing if they are unable to find a place to live in one of the university’s dormitories. All of the residence halls can go to and from campus using the university’s transportation system.
Although there are numerous scholarships and grants available to students, the University of Westminster does not issue any of its own. The Brittan Scholarship, the Brian Large Bursary Fund, and the Westheimer Health and Social Care Scholarship are just a few of the prestigious awards that may be won. A student’s time spent studying at Westminster is likely to rank among their most formative experiences ever, both personally and professionally. A wide variety of social, sports, and cultural events will be available to you during your time abroad for higher education.
You can improve your education and socialize with students from all over the world. They have a program to help international students feel more at home and provide them with the resources they need to succeed academically, including English language classes, a helpful and knowledgeable support staff, and a wide range of extracurricular opportunities. All of these elements can make a difference in how at home international students feel. London is the place to gif you want to be among the first to see a groundbreaking event. Everything from international trade and banking to the creative industries (fashion, art, music, and cinema) has its epicenter in London. The Westminster University campus is simply the beginning of a learning experience that includes all of London.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): University of Westminster
Scholarship Country: United Kingdom
Scholarship Worth: £6,000
Study Level: Postgraduate
Nationality: International Students
- Scholarship will provide £6,000 toward your tuition and fees.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
- To submit an application, you are need to:
- Have an offer to enroll in the Master of Arts in Documentary Photography and Photojournalism program at the University of Westminster in either a full-time or part-time capacity beginning in January 2023.
- Have a permanent address in the United Kingdom and be eligible to pay tuition there.
- When September 1, 2022 rolls around, you must still be under the age of 25.
The University of Westminster 2022 Stationers’ Foundation Bursary is open to all International Students
Students from Zambia who are interested in pursuing their engineering education in Ireland for a Master’s degree during the academic year 2023-2024 can apply for financial assistance through the Frank Ferguson Fellowship, which was established in collaboration with the Engineering Institution of Zambia and the Irish Government. This fellowship will be available to students who meet the eligibility requirements.
- Visit the website of the University of Westminster for further information.
The application deadline for the University of Westminster 2022 Stationers’ Foundation Bursary is September 16, 2022