Jackie Chan Charitable Foundation
Postgraduate Scholarships in Film, Visual & Performing Arts 2011/12
The School of Arts at the University of Kent, with the support of the Jackie Chan Charitable Foundation, has a scholarship available for the 2010/11 academic year, for a Hong Kong resident graduate studying any of our taught Film MA programmes:
MA Film Studies
MA Film Studies (Paris)
The scholarship will pay £15,000 over one year, which will contribute to tuition fees and accommodation.
The School of Arts is home to an exciting postgraduate community, engaged in a wide variety of innovative, quality, interdisciplinary research. Our 2008 Research Assessment Exercise submission was amongst the largest and most successful departments in our research area.
For further information and advice, please contact:
Dr Aylish Wood – Film Studies
The studentship competition is open to any Hong Kong graduate or mainland resident with a First Degree in an Arts subject or related subject from a Hong Kong University, intending to study for a full time taught MA in the School of Arts.
To be eligible for these studentships, candidates must make a formal application for postgraduate research study at the University of Kent. You must apply for a place on your chosen programme of study through the University application procedure -http://www.kent.ac.uk/courses/postgrad/apply/apply.html.
In addition, please provide the following:
A covering letter containing two brief statements (max 200 words each), outlining why you wish to continue your study of film and why Kent offers you this opportunity. Please also submit a sample of previous work and two academic references electronically to the following:
School Administrator (Postgraduate, Research & Enterprise)
Candidates are expected to have, or be on course to attain, a 2:1 Undergraduate Degree, including a 2:1 Class mark for the dissertation, or equivalent.
Deadline for applications: Friday, 1st July 2011