The University of Sussex in the United Kingdom welcomes applications for the Geoffrey Oldham Memorial Scholarships obtainable to UK, EU and foreign Master’s degree students at SPRU for the 2021/2022 school session.
These Geoffrey Oldham Memorial Scholarships are obtainable to UK, EU and foreign Masters candidates at SPRU to commemorate and continue the legacy of Geoffrey Oldham.
About The School
The University of Sussex is a foremost research-focused institution near Brighton. They have both a foreign and local outlook, with staff and scholars from over 100 nations and frequent engagement in community undertakings and services.
The Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU) is one of the world’s foremost centres of research on science, technology and invention policy and management. All the things they do are driven by a wish to take on real world challenges like climate change and discrimination. They strongly believe that ground-breaking science policy solutions can assist in creating more sustainable, safe and equal societies.
Geoffrey Oldham co-established the Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU) in 1966. He functioned as Deputy Director prior to becoming Director in 1982, and his work on science and technology policy and third world nations is unmatched.
Attracting donations both from the United Kingdom and globally, SPRU was able to attract a lot of foremost researchers and thinkers from all over the world, like Martin Bell John Chesshire, Giovanni Dosi, Charles Cooper, Jonathan Gershuny, Marie Jahoda, Michael Gibbons, Ben Martin, Mary Kaldor, Julian Robinson, Ian Miles, John Surrey, Roy Rothwell, Nick von Tunzelmann, Luc Soete, and William Walker, while a lot of other renowned researchers were visitors to SPRU, particularly, Richard R. Nelson and Carlota Perez.
SPRU’s world-famous, multi-disciplinary research has assisted policy makers to tackle real-world issues for more than 50 years. The ground-breaking and collaborative method taken by the SPRU team has seen additions to both theory and practice, and also motivated countless researchers and scholars. This merging of theory and practice, together with a strong concentration on external involvement within academia, the policy world and beyond, is still in practice to this day.
Offering Masters and PhD programs officially since the early 1980s, but devoted to inventive teaching and supervision in the field since the Unit’s creation, SPRU is one of the biggest academic bodies globally studying science, technology and innovation.
Attracting exceptional scholars from all around the world, a lot of former SPRU PhDs and staff have proceeded to influence science policy all over the world and take on leading roles in academia. Its global influence has been developed via SPRU’s graduates all over the world, a long-lasting Visiting Fellows program and wide-ranging academic networks.
Worth of Geoffrey Oldham Memorial Scholarships
£10,000 tuition fee reduction.
Eligibility for Geoffrey Oldham Memorial Scholarships
To be qualified for the Geoffrey Oldham Memorial Scholarships, you should have gotten and accepted an offer of full time admission on one of the following Masters programs in SPRU:
- Energy Policy MSc
- Project Management MSc
- Science and Technology Policy MSc
- Strategic Innovation Management MSc
- Sustainable Development MSc
You must also:
- possess a first class undergraduate degree qualification, or equivalent.
- display proof of your academic prospect in your scholarship award application.
You are not qualified for this scholarship award if you prior to now have another Sussex scholarship award.
How to Apply for Geoffrey Oldham Memorial Scholarships
You have to apply for the Geoffrey Oldham Memorial Scholarships after you obtain an offer of admission on an eligible program. You also have to submit a statement of academic purpose when you apply. They evaluate this statement on how well you display the following:
- clear and precise goals with what you intend to do after you conclude your Masters’
- substantial work experience or extra-curricular undertakings related to your selected Master’s program
- how your research interests will add to advancing Geoffrey Oldham’s work on Science and Technology and Gender.
They will get in touch with all candidates when a final decision has been made, and you will get a final decision by August 1.
Applications end on June 1, 2021 0:00 (GMT)
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