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    Fellowship for early/mid-career urban scholars

    The Urban Studies Foundation has announced a new fellowship programme, enabling early to mid-career urban scholars working in a university or other research institution in the global south to take an extended sabbatical (3-9 months) to write up research findings in the form of publishable articles or a book in a university or other academically-accredited institution in the global north.

    The purpose of the fellowship is to expand theoretical and empirical understanding of the major social, economic, political and other problems associated with the rapid processes of urban growth in the global south. The programme is designed to give scope to the exchange of ideas between urban scholars working in the global north and south. To this end, particular importance is attached to the identification and willingness of an established urban scholar working within a northern institution to act as a mentor of the fellow.

    For more about this fellowship and how to apply, please see the website. Enquiries and applications should be sent to Ruth Harkin.

    ‘Visual and Performing Arts of Africa' Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship Rhodes University (South Africa).

    The ‘Visual and Performing Arts of Africa' (ViPAA) Humanities Focus Area at Rhodes University, South Africa, invites applications for a 6 to 18 month Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in the period July 2012 to December 2013. This position is funded by the Andrew Mellon Foundation and the successful applicant will be part of the ViPAA research team housed in the Fine Art Department at Rhodes. The emphasis of the fellowship is research and publishing, as well as
    engagement with a dynamic team of Fine Art staff and post-graduate students (PhD, MA and MFA candidates).

    Applicants must have completed a PhD within the last 5 years. Research may be on historical or contemporary aspects of the creative arts of Africa, and should relate to the theme 'The Audacity of Place'. This theme can be interpreted very broadly and possible sub-themes include, but are not limited to, the following:

    • Global Africa in relation to the Global South
    • China-Africa relations
    • Nationalism, transnationalism and post-nationalism
    • The deterritorialization of culture
    • 'Authenticity' in relation to 'place' and culture
    • Intra-continental movement
    • Xenophobia or Afrophobia
    • 'Community' and re-conceptualizing 'the local'
    • Beyond the dichotomy of parochialism versus cosmopolitanism
    • Performance and 'heritagization'
    • Site-specific art in post-geographic contexts
    • Geo-politics in the art world
    • Migration and new mobilities
    • Socio-economics of the art world and the 'leaning-tower-of-globalization'
    • Reconfiguring 'small places' in a time of transnational biennales

    Applicants should submit a letter of application outlining research interests, a current CV, two letters of support, proof of completion of the PhD, and a published article or a sample of writing from the PhD dissertation.

    Applications can be sent to Prof Ruth Simbao ( The subject heading of the email should be ‘ViPAA POST-DOC APPLICATION', and reference letters should be sent separately by referees.

    The deadline for the first call is May 1, 2012.

    Rhodes University is in Grahamstown in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.

    It consistently maintains its place as a research intensive university and has long been in the top three in terms of research output per staff member. Grahamstown is home to the annual National Arts Festival, which hosts various visual arts exhibitions including the Standard Bank Young Artist Award exhibition. (See and

    For more information on the ‘Visual and Performing Arts of Africa' research team see or contact



    Mzumbe University in partnership with the School of Social & International Studies (SSIS) of the University of Bradford, UK invite applications from qualified applicants for Master of Science (MSc) in Development Policy and Practice for Civil Society for the 2012/2013 Academic Year, November 2012 to November 2013.

    Aims and Objectives

    This course will provide valuable academic and vocational skills; that will really set participants apart from the crowd. It is intended to develop the skills of those already working in civil society organisations or those who wish to work in this sector. Upon completion of this unique degree you will have a solid understanding of designing and implementing development projects and programmes from the perspective of civil society organisations, and you will also have gained a grounded knowledge of policies that directly affect civil society organisations and development process. You will also get the benefit of interactive work-based learning in civil society organisations. This programme has been developed jointly by Mzumbe and Bradford to address the specific needs of civil society and non-state actors in Africa. It was supported in the early stages by the EU-funded Non-State Actors Programme in Tanzania. This programme also invested in the creation of a resource centre at Mzumbe University Dar es salaam Campus College to support the operation of the academic services.

    Course Structure and duration

    The programme is one (1) year full time (including final dissertation). All classes will be taught in the evening. The modules will cover Project Planning, Design and Appraisal; Project and Programme Management; Issues in Development Policy; Working in the Third Sector; Civil Society in Sub-Saharan Africa; and Applied Conflict Resolution Skills.

    Fee Structure

    Students will have to pay TSh. 3,800,000/= as tuition fee for Mzumbe University and an equivalent of Sterling Pound 1,250 for University of Bradford validation fee.

    Entry Qualifications

    Candidates should hold the following qualifications from any recognized institution(s):

    A three year (or more) Bachelor's Degree of at least second class from a recognized



    A three year (or more) Advanced Diploma of at least second class from any accredited institution

    Mode of Application

    Applicants are required to fill their application forms along with two referees who can comment on candidates' ability and capacity for this study programme.

    The forms can be collected from Mzumbe University Dar es Salaam Campus College or can be downloaded from our website . Applications must be accompanied by a non-refundable application fee of TSh. 30,000/= payable to the Vice Chancellor, Mzumbe University through CRDB PPF Tower Account No. 01J1043012201.

    All applications must be accompanied by copies of relevant academic certificates and

    transcripts. If in doubt, inquiries to determine suitability for admission should be addressed to the Principal, Mzumbe University Dar es Salaam Campus College.


    Dully filled application forms should be submitted to the address below not later than

    July 31st, 2012.


    Mzumbe University Dar Salaam Campus College
    941/2 Olympio Street – Upanga
    P O Box 20266 Dar es Salaam,

    Tel +255 (0) 022 2152582

    Tel +255 (0) 022 2152586

    Fax +255 (0) 022 2152584


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    The International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (icipe), Nairobi, Kenya, and TWAS offer one fellowship per year to visiting scholars from developing countries (other than Kenya) who wish to pursue advanced research in natural sciences.

    Programme Details

    • TWAS-icipe Visiting Scholar Fellowships in natural sciences are tenable for a minimum period of one month to a maximum period of three months at the departments of the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (icipe) in Kenya.
    • Eligible icipe departments: Fellowships are tenable at icipe in the Programmes of Animal Health, Human Health, Plant Health, Environmental Health, in the Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, in the Department of Behavioural and Chemical Ecology, in the Department of Entomology, and at the field station of Mbita, Lake Victoria, Kenya.
    • icipe will provide a standard monthly allowance which should be used to cover living costs, such as accommodation, food and health insurance. The monthly stipend will not be convertible into foreign currency.
    • The language of instruction is English.
    EligibilityApplicants for these Fellowships must meet the following criteria:

    • be a maximum of 55 years on 31 December of the application year;
    • be nationals of a developing country (other than Kenya);
    • hold a PhD degree and a regular research assignment with at least five years of postdoctoral research experience;
    • be regularly employed in a developing country (other than the host country);
    • be accepted at an icipe department and provide an official acceptance letter from the head of the department (see sample Acceptance Letter) to this effect. Requests for acceptance must be directed to Lillian Igweta (see contact details below);
    • provide evidence of proficiency in English.
    Submitting your application
    • The deadline for receipt of applications is 15 September of each year.
    • Applicants should submit the acceptance letter from the chosen department to TWAS when applying or by the deadline at the latest. Without preliminary acceptance, the application will not be considered for selection.
    • Reference letters: Referees must send signed letters as attachments via e-mail directly to TWAS only. The subject line must contain: icipe/VS/candidate's surname. Alternatively, letters should be sent by post in sealed envelopes.
    • Applicants to the TWAS-icipe Visiting Scholar Fellowship Programme should send their application to TWAS only.
    • Applicants should be aware that they can apply for only one fellowship per year. With the exception of the fellowships "for research collaboration", all other fellowship programmes offered by TWAS and TWOWS that are mutually exclusive.
    APPLICATION FORM:Click on the links below to download the application form and guidelines. Before applying it is recommended that you read very carefully the application guidelines for detailed information on eligibility criteria, deadlines and other key requirements of the application procedure.

    Contact Information

    TWAS Fellowships Office

    ICTP campus, Strada Costiera 11
    34151 Trieste, Italy
    Tel: +39 040 2240314
    Fax: +39 040 2240689

    icipe's Strategic Partnerships & Capacity Strengthening Prog.

    Mrs. Lillian Igweta, Training Officer
    Duduville, Kasarani - off Thika Road
    P.O. Box 30772-00100 GPO, Nairobi, Kenya
    Tel: +254 20 863 2272
    Fax: +254 20 863 2001/2


    An exciting opportunity has been offered by the UK Commonwealth Scholarships Commission to join an internationally recognised, cutting edge masters' programme and to become part of a community of learning and practice in Education for Sustainability (EFS). If eligible (see below), you are advised to apply as soon as possible. The deadline for applications is Friday May 4th2012

    The EFS programme at LSBU has over 15 years of experience working with practitioners to build capacity in education for sustainability. The programme was set up in 1994 as the result of an innovative collaboration between a consortium of development and environmental non-governmental organisations and the university. Participants have been drawn from a wide range of backgrounds, professions and geographical regions and many graduates have gone on to become key change makers in their fields and to take up influential positions in key organisations. (Check out our website

    We are currently looking for applicants who are working in African Commonwealth countries, who are in leadership or potential leadership roles in their organisation and who are interested in becoming part of a community of practice in EFS. Please note that these are full funded scholarships for distance learning. For successful applicants, funding will cover all the costs of tutoring, assessment, study guides and readers, together with a travel grant for attendance at the introductory week. We particularly welcome applications from women, who are underrepresented in leadership roles.


    You need to apply online through the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission web site (details from ). In addition to the usual requirements of the EFS programme, scholarship applicants will need to have a computer with internet access and to be able to travel to the introductory residential week in Uganda in October (date to be confirmed) 2012. Beforehand you will need to have good internet access and be able to contribute to regular web discussion and activities.

    In assessing your suitability for a scholarship we will take particular note of your Personal Statement which should address key issues regarding the scholarships. You will need to identify clearly how your studies will help your own personal leadership development and enable you to become an effective agent for change. It would be useful if you could give some outline ideas of how you might be able to apply your learning, for example, activities that the course might enable you to take on. You might also like to think about where you hope to be in terms of career and personal development in 4 years time. In addition, you will need to make clear that you have regular access to a computer with email and internet access and indicate your commitment to participating in the course discussions and activities on the web site.

    You will also need to obtain support from your employer to enable you to apply your learning through your role within your organisation. It would be useful also if your employer could undertake, as part of this support, to give you some paid study time. You will need to provide evidence of this support in the form of a reference from your employer. You will also need a second reference from someone else who knows you well and can vouch for your commitment and ability to follow a distance learning course.

    Scholars will become part of an active community of practice and so you should also make clear in your Personal Statement how you will be committed to this both during and after the course. To encourage the development of a learning community, applications are encouraged from up to 3 applicants from the same organisation/ area of work/ country. For example: applicants working for the same organisation across several countries/ regions; applicants from different government departments in the same country; applicants from different departments from the same college/ university.

    Are you eligible to apply?

    You need to be an African Commonwealth citizen. We actively encourage female applicants as they are underrepresented in leadership positions.

    • Are you an African Commonwealth citizen?

    • Do you have a first degree?

    • Do you have the written English skills for a Masters programme (Score of IELTS 6.5 if you have English as a second language)?

    • Are you involved in the field of education in the broadest terms? e.g. advocacy/ communication / training / teaching / marketing etc?

    • Are you in a leadership position or one with leadership potential?

    • Are you committed to making a difference within your workplace and within your country?

    • Do you understand the requirements and challenges of a distance learning course?

    • Do you have regular, reliable and easy access to a computer with email and internet facilities?

    • Will you be able to attend the Introductory Residential Week in October

    • Do you have the support of your employer?

    • Do you have the support of your family?
    NB You cannot be enrolled on another post graduate course during the time of the scholarship.

    Can you commit to?

    Setting aside regular time for studying (approx. 15-20 hours per week)
    Completing and handing in 3 pieces of coursework per year in time for course deadlines
    Contributing to regular web discussions and activities
    Attending and contributing to an annual week's residential in October for 3 years of the course

    What does the scholarship cover?

    All course fees, tuition, assessment, study guides and readers
    Travel costs and accommodation for the residential

    Information about applyingYou need to apply on line via the UK Commonwealth Scholarship web site by the deadline of midday Friday May 4th. Any incomplete applications will NOT be considered. This includes references so you will need to make sure that your referees submit in plenty of time. Please make sure that

    you give plenty of time and thought to the application as this is a very competitive process. We give each application due consideration but we receive hundreds of applications. You may find it helpful to write the application in a word document first and then cut and paste onto the application form. There is some information to help you with this below.

    Suggested points for your personal statement

    • How will the scholarship enable you to make a fuller contribution to development in your country?

    • What support do you have from your employer for taking this course?

    • How will you make sure that you will be able to give enough time to studies for this challenging course?

    • How will you be able to apply your learning from the course within your work? E.g. identify some activities which the course might enable you to take on or to improve your capacity

    • How will your work support the achievement of the MDGs?

    • How will your studies help you to develop leadership potential?

    • What impact do you hope to have on your immediate colleagues and /or your professional community?

    • Where do you hope to be in 4 years' time in terms of career or personal development?

    • How will you participate in course discussions and activities on the web site? E.g. What kind of access do you have to a computer with email and internet access?

    • Please mention if you have a study partner or if a professional colleague is also applying for a scholarship
    Suggested points for your employer statement

    • Why does your employer think that you are a suitable candidate for this course?

    • How will the course enable you to build capacity for your organisation?

    • What opportunities for study time etc might you be offered?

    • What is your record of commitment to studying?

    • How have you demonstrated that you are able to complete a distance learning course?

    • What is your record of academic achievement and are you ready to take on the challenges of a Master's programme?
    To apply please go to Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the United Kingdom | Applicants

    Deadline for receipt of applications: midday Friday May 4th 2012

    NB No applications can be considered after the deadline so make sure you apply in good time



    The interdisciplinary Human Economy Project in the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Pretoria is offering a number of scholarships for full-time doctoral study, starting in 2012.

    In order to be considered for a Human Economy scholarship, candidates must

    - Qualify to register for a doctoral degree in an appropriate discipline in the faculty.
    - Have obtained excellent results in their prior studies
    - Intend, or be willing, to undertake research of relevance to the Human Economy project

    The University of Pretoria's Human Economy project is part of a network of international scholars engaged in researching the possibility of alternatives to the models by which economies were organised in the 20th century. The point of departure is that the main 20th century models – state socialism and the free market – have left the early 21st century world in a condition of massive inequality and limited freedom.

    Do we need new abstract models or more information about what people in different parts of the world actually do to insert themselves into the existing, unequal economy? What motives and ambitions sustain their endeavours? How may their efforts be given greater recognition and reward? How can we conceive of a more human economy?

    These questions are of potential relevance and significance to students in disciplines such as History, Geography, Political Science, Sociology, Social Anthropology, Development Studies, Philosophy and Literature.

    The Human Economy project has drawn a significant number of Postdoctoral Fellows in various disciplines from around the world to the University of Pretoria. Doctoral students associated with the project will have the opportunity to work closely with these Postdoctoral Fellows as well as to benefit from the project's international links.

    The value of the Human Economy doctoral scholarships is R120 000 per annum, to include research funds, for a maximum of three years.

    Applications are invited from around the world, but special consideration will be given to applicants from the African continent.

    The ability to speak and write fluent English is a strong requirement.

    Applicants should, ideally, be in a position to commence study at the University of Pretoria by July 2012.

    Closing date for applications: 16 April 2012.

    Submit inquiries and completed applications to Corena Garnas at:

    Find the application form and more information on the Human Economy Programme at:

    The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) invites applications for three scholarships to study the Distance Learning MSc Clinical Trials (CT) course commencing October 2012. These scholarship are offered by the European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP). The MSc Clinical Trials course is run by the LSHTM, in collaboration with the University of London International Programmes.

    The scholarships cover full tuition fees to study the Distance Learning MSc Clinical Trials, and a contribution towards local examination centre fees.

    Criteria for the scholarships
    These MSc Clinical Trials scholarships are available only to students who are a national of a sub-Saharan African country, employed by a sub-Saharan African institution with EDCTP supported projects and planning to stay working at that institution until two years after finishing the MSc. Female candidates and those from non-anglophone countries are particularly encouraged to apply.

    Applicants will be assessed on the following criteria:

    • the academic merit of the applicant (at least a 2:1 or equivalent first Honours undergraduate degree)
    • at least two years' proven work experience in the Clinical Trials field
    • how the skills and qualification obtained from the MSc Clinical Trials would benefit both the applicant and their institution, with respect to current and/or future employment; and
    • impact on the development of the applicant's home country.
    The successful applicants will be required to:

    • complete a minimum number of modules each year of the course
    • give regular feedback to LSHTM, and
    • co-operate with any programme evaluations for the duration of their scholarship and for a period of up to five years after completion of the course.
    All applicants must ensure that they satisfy the standard criteria for admission to the MSc Clinical Trials course. Full details of the course can be found on the University of London International Programmes website.

    How to Apply

    If you have already received an offer of a place on the MSc Clinical Trials course, you should email your scholarship application form to: postgraduate_admissions(at)

    Those wishing to be considered for the scholarship who have not already received an offer of a place on the MSc Clinical Trials course, should apply online for the MSc Clinical Trials course.

    The scholarship application form should also be completed and attached to the online course application. After you have completed and submitted your application online, you will need to send your original academic qualifications to the following address:

    Postgraduate Admissions Office
    University of London International Programmes
    Ground floor, Stewart House
    32 Russell Square
    London WC1B 5DN
    United Kingdom

    References may be emailed to postgraduate_admissions(at) by your referees. Please ask your referee to attach a signed copy of your reference letter to the email.

    Deadline for scholarship applications
    The deadline for receipt of scholarship applications is 20 April 2012. Applications for scholarships will be considered in May, but only if you have a valid offer of a place on the MSc Clinical Trials course by then. Those wishing to apply for scholarships will therefore also need to submit an MSc course application by 20 April so that this can also be processed at the same time. The scholarship application should be attached to the online course application.

    Please note that for your MSc course application you should have asked two referees to send confidential letters of reference direct to the University. Neither your MSc course application nor your scholarship application can be considered until your references have been received.

    N.B. This scholarship is only available to those wishing to study the MSc Clinical Trials course – it is not available to those wishing to take the Postgraduate Certificate or Diploma in Clinical Trials.

    Selection of the candidate
    Scholarship applications will be considered in May by a sub-panel of the LSHTM Scholarships Committee (the MSc course applications of those who are not shortlisted will continue to be processed).

    E-mail: DLScholarship(at)

    Local governance and rural decentralisation, 11 – 22 February 2013, Wageningen, the Netherlands

    Local governance and rural decentralisation

    11 – 22 February 2013, Wageningen, the Netherlands

    - NFP Fellowships available – apply before 1 May 2012


    Local governance for rural development is increasingly approached as a multi-stakeholder process with interactions taking place at different levels, and amongst actors with different ambitions or perceptions. Efforts of local governments are measured in terms of responsiveness and accountability to citizens; improved service delivery; its leadership in promoting pro-poor economic development; and its capacity to negotiate with the private sector, NGOs, local authorities and central government. As a participant of this course on local governance as multi-stakeholder process you learn:

    - how to deal with the complexity of governance and the engagement with multiple actors.

    - How to analyse existing complex situations, and develop strategies to develop opportunities and overcome barriers.

    - your organisation's current and desired position, roles, and interests in relation to local governance for rural development.


    Interested candidates can apply to Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation for admission to the training. Click here to apply.

    NFP Fellowships

    A limited number of fellowships is available from Nuffic - the Netherlands Fellowship Programme (NFP) for nationals of certain countries. In order to apply for such a NFP fellowship, you have to register through the Nuffic Scholarship Online (SOL) system. Applications for NFP fellowships should be submitted before 1 May2012. You will be informed by Nuffic whether your application has been accepted. More information on the NFP fellowships.


    Please note that for a valid NPF fellowship application you need to register directly at CDI as well as at Nuffic (SOL). Your fellowship application will not be taken into account if you register with only one of these two institutions.

    MS/PhD Degree

    Deadline: 31 July 2012 (annual)
    Study in: South Africa/Germany
    Course starts Jan-May 2013

    Brief description: For applicants from Sub-Saharan African countries with an excellent academic record, the DRD offers a limited number of DAAD merit scholarships per year.

    Host Institution(s): University of the Western Cape, South Africa

    Field of study: Scholarships are available for full-time students of:

    • MA and M Econ in Development Studies
    • Master in Public Administration
    • the different PhD options at the centre (PhD UWC, PhD IDS)

    Number of Awards: Limited number of scholarships are available.

    Target group: The scholarships are intended for nationals of Sub-saharan African countries:

    Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon,Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo (Brazzaville), Congo DRC (Zaire), Cote d'Ivoire, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissaau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe

    Scholarship value/inclusions: Scholarships include monthly allowances of 650 Euro for Master candidates and 900 Euro for PhD candidates plus travel allowances.

    Apart from full scholarships for participation in one of the above mentioned programmes a number of mobility scholarships for Master students are available each year. These scholarships are aimed at funding a study period in Germany. During such a study period abroad scholarship holders can participate in a Summer School at Ruhr-Univeristy Bochum, complete an internship with a German organization working in the field related to their studies or they can visit Ruhr-Univeristy Bochum during the completion phase of their Master Thesis for intensive supervision periods.

    Eligibility: Scholarship applicants are advised to carefully read about the specific entry requirements and course application procedure of the programme of their choice. The information is available from the respective programmes sections.

    All applicants have to meet the following requirements:

    • Applicants should be from Sub-Sahara Africa
    • Applicants should have achieved a first or upper second class for their previous course of study
    • The study must have been completed at an accredited University
    • The previous degree should have been an academic discipline which is related to development, such as economics, sociology, social anthropology, agriculture, statistics, etc.
    • South African students are required to have an honours degree in order to be admitted to a Masters degree course
    • Applicants must provide evidence of proficiency in English, both written and spoken. This can be TOEFL test or a similar standard test or a letter from an academic institution
    • Applicants should preferably have been involved in development organisations, as interns, volunteers or employees
    • There is no formal age restriction, but applicants should apply within three years of completing their previous degree, unless they have a good reason for having been academically inactive for a period
    • Women are encouraged to apply
    • Applicants must be able to study fulltime at the UWC for the required period.

    Application instructions: The closing date for scholarship applications for studies is on 31 July 2012.

    Candidates for the Masters Programme in Public Administration (MPA), the MA and M Econ in Development Studies as well as PhD candidates in the fields of Governance, Public Policy, Public Management or Development Studies can submit their scholarship application before they register with UWC through the online application procedure.

    It is important to visit the official website (link found below) for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship. The application forms is available for download from the scholarship section.

    Official Scholarship Website:


    In association with the Tanzanian High Commissioner for the UK and the Institute of Accountancy Arusha (IAA), Coventry University are delighted to offer a limited number of full tuition fee scholarships for Tanzanian nationals.

    Successful applicants will be awarded a place to study on one of these six courses:

    How to applyApplications are invited from Tanzanian nationals who meet the following criteria:

    • Applicants must be in possession of a degree from a recognised university with a first class or second upper (2:1) award
    • Applicants must provide evidence that they have made contributions to Tanzanian society in a voluntary or other capacity, or contributions that reflect Tanzania in a positive manner
    • Applicants applying for study in the UK must only apply if they have financial resources either personal or through a recognised sponsor to pay for their return flight, visa application and living expenses for the 12 month duration of the course.
    To apply for the scholarship, complete the application form (Internet Explorer users should right click on the document and save the file to ensure compatability)

    Email your completed application and supporting documents to

    Closing date for applications 30 June 2012

    The award decision will be made by Coventry University and will be based on the evidence provided within the application form.



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