KEELE MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIP
This Scholarship is for Graduate Study in any subject at either Masters or Doctoral level at Keele University and will be for one or two years (with a possibility of a third year for doctoral studies). If awarded a Keele Marshall Scholarship candidates would be expected to study at Keele University.
The following Information has been provided by the Keele University:
Keele University is internationally recognised for the quality of its teaching and research. Every year we welcome postgraduate students from over 90 countries, who are attracted by our academic reputation, the relevant courses we offer and our beautiful campus. We have active undergraduate exchanges with 19 US universities (see below) and annually send 50-70 Keele students to the US.
The University is located on a greenfield campus site at the heart of England, about 60 miles north of Birmingham and 60 miles south of Manchester and 3 miles away from the town of Newcastle-under-Lyme, which means that the university buildings are all in one place and it is very easy to walk around the campus.
Keele benefits from a beautiful location but also has easy transport links to local towns and cities and to other parts of the country. That means that Keele students can enjoy visiting larger cities in the UK, without the cost of living there.
Detailed information about Keele can be found on our website at: www.keele.ac.uk
Reasons to Choose Keele
Keele is one of the UK's largest and most attractive university campuses, with 650 acres of landscaped parkland, fields, woodland and lakes.
Why Study at Keele?
When you choose to study a postgraduate course, you are making an investment for your future. You will be looking for a qualification that will enhance your career prospects, and a university that will support you in your studies.
You will be taught by experts in each subject, with national and international research reputations, so you will benefit from the latest thinking in all subject areas. Keele's beautiful, spacious and peaceful campus is the perfect place to concentrate on your studies.
Subject areas that may be of particular interest to American students are:
MA in International relations, Global Security or Environmental Politics
MSc in Environmental Sustainability & Green Technology
MSc in Child Social Development or Psychology of Health and Well Being
MA in Human Rights, Globalisation and Justice
Keele has a well-stocked library in the middle of the campus, with online resources as well as books and CD-ROMs, and all the study bedrooms have data points so you can access the Internet from your room.
This makes it very convenient for you to get all the information you need for your course.
Keele University offers a range of courses and whichever subject you choose to study, you will benefit from the intellectual development the University offers and the stimulation of learning with like-minded students.
Entry Requirements and Applying to Keele
The particular entry requirements for each course are given under the course description in the prospectus. More information about applying can be found on the website at: www.keele.ac.uk
Course Structure and Assessment
Postgraduate courses combine compulsory and option modules. Most of the teaching is through lectures and seminars. Your work will be assessed through a combination of coursework and examination. Many of the Masters programmes are taught in blocks of 3 days. Part of the assessment for master's programmes is through an original research project or dissertation.
Support for Students
The Student Support services offer general advice and support to students. The Independent Advice Unit, run by the Students' Union, offers free, confidential and impartial advice on a range of issues including debt management, immigration and visa issues, employment, civil rights, and a range of other matters. There is a professional Counselling Service, a Medical and Dental Practice on campus.
See www.keele.ac.uk/depts/aa/studentsupport for more information.
The University welcomes applications from students with disabilities. We encourage you to discuss any issues you might have with our Disability Advisers prior to making an application for study. For further information please see:
Bursaries from Keele
Keele offers a range of bursaries for American students. These vary from year to year, so for up-to-date information please see:
For more information or to request a postgraduate prospectus, please contact us.
Applicants for taught postgraduate courses should contact:
Telephone: +44 1782 734002 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prospectus request - www.keele.ac.uk/studyatkeele/orderaprospectus/postgraduatetaughtprospectus/
Partner Universities in the USA:
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