The University's Global Health Academy has been awarded 15 fully funded studentships across five online Masters programmes within the domain of One World, One Health.
The scholarship includes full tuition fee and resources to enhance student participation, access and research skills. This includes participation in a summer school; contribution towards student costs of internet access & printing (journal articles, etc); and a contribution to MSc project costs (materials, travel, etc).
The scholarships will be awarded to a candidate who is accepted for admission on to an eligible programme and who are candidates who are citizens of and resident in one of the following developing Commonwealth countries:
Students enrolled on these Master's programmes become members of the Global Health Academy community which encourages both intra- and inter-disciplinary engagement and communication.
The Global Health Academy initiative cuts across the traditional vertical health structures moving to novel integrated health systems training. Our aim is to promote a global community of practice. For example, in the cases of emerging zoonotic infections, staff and our student vets who are treating these animals will have the opportunity to discuss with medical, nursing and environmental health staff and students who are dealing with the human consequences of these infections. Students taking these courses find them rewarding in the opportunity they present to engage with professionals from industry, medicine, policy and research.
Applicants who are eligible for these scholarships should apply for one of the five programmes in the first instance and notify the programme director of their intention to apply for the scholarship. The programme director will then give you further information on how to apply. The closing date for scholarship applications is 3rd May 2016 at 23:59 hours GMT