[beasiswa] [info] University of the Arts London International Graduate Scholarships 2010

For the 2010/2011 academic year, the University of the Arts London is offering postgraduate scholarships for international students (excludes EU students), across our six Colleges. Scholarships will be awarded to international students with the ability and potential to make an exceptional contribution to the art, design, communication or performance worlds. We hope the scholarships will enable talented individuals to realise their full potential through further study at University of the Arts London.

Scholarships are available for the following MA courses:

Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design

  • MA Screen (Writing pathway given priority)
  • MA Design (Ceramics pathway given priority)
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London College of Fashion

  • MA Costume for the Performing Arts

London College of Communication

  • MA Graphic Moving Image
  • MA Documentary Film

Chelsea College of Art and Design

  • MA Fine Art
  • MA Interior and Spatial Design

Camberwell College of Arts

  • MA Conservation

Wimbledon College of Art

  • MA Visual Language of Performance

For MA courses starting in September/October 2010, the application deadline is 14 June 2010, 5:00pm GMT and decisions will be announced to successful candidates by 12 July 2010. For MA courses starting in January 2011, the application deadline is 27 September 2010, 5:00pm GMT and decisions will be announced to successful candidates by 25 October 2010.

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Other Scholarships

Further details of any scholarship and funding offered by Univeristy of the Ars London can be found on the Scholarships and Bursaries page. Currently there are few availible for International students.

We recommend starting your search with your Ministry of Education or Education Department in your home country, as many governments today support overseas education initiatives. We also recommend the British Council, which has a variety of scholarships set up for students studying across the disciplines. Please see the British Council website for further details.

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