2014 James Learmonth Scholarships for Masters Students at Chancellor College, Malawi

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Canon Collins Trust offers James Learmonth scholarships for masters students in the field of Education (Policy, Planning and Leadership) at Chancellor College, Malawi. Applicants must be a national of and resident in Malawi. The scholarship is worth US$3,500 per year, to cover tuition fees and provide a modest living allowance. The scholarships will be awarded on academic record and references, work experience, relevance, leadership competencies and commitment to country/community. The application deadline is 14th February 2014.. James Learmonth was an influential educational practitioner in the UK who believed strongly that education was the key to greater inclusion, social stability and international co-operation. He also believed that teachers and educational leaders can only be effective if they continue learning. When James died of cancer in 2003, his wife, family and numerous colleagues and friends decided to establish the James Learmonth Scholarship Programme in his memory. The aim of this programme is to support teachers and educational leaders in Malawi to pursue studies in education. Canon Collins Trust administers the James Learmonth Scholarships. In 2014, up to two scholarships will be awarded to support first or second year students to study for a Masters in Education (Policy Planning and Leadership) at Chancellor College, Malawi. This scholarship is valued at US$3,500 per academic year, to cover tuition fees and provide a modest living allowance..  Scholarships are available for pursuing master’s degree level at Chancellor College, Malawi.
The research areas of this scholarship are: Not provided
Who can apply to this scholarship? Applicants must be:
· accepted to study or already studying for the MA in Education (Policy, Planning and Leadership) at Chancellor College, University of Malawi.
· a national of and resident in Malawi.
· in possession of a good undergraduate degree.
Benefits of the scholarship:  The scholarship is worth US$3,500 per year, to cover tuition fees and provide a modest living allowance.
More information about the fellowship:
Duration:  Scholarships will be offered for the first or second year.
Number of scholarships:  2 scholarships will be offered.

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