Rees Jeffreys Road Master's Bursary
|Application deadline||30 June 2018|
|Start date||September 2018|
|Level of study||Postgraduate taught|
|Award type||Master’s studentship|
|Number of studentships||Up to 8|
The Trustees of the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund are offering up eight bursaries of £10,000 to be awarded in open competition from British Universities running a full time Transport Masters course for the academic year 2018/19.
The aim of the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund in offering bursaries is to enrich the supply of transport professionals within the United Kingdom.
|Tuition fee support||Other|
|The amount of each award will be £10,000 to cover both maintenance and fees. The bursary will be paid directly to the university at the commencement of the second term; and under no circumstances to the student. This will be a condition of acceptance.|
|Maintenance stipend||The £10,000 is to cover both tuition fees and maintainance costs.|
|Residency||You will be required to demonstrate that they have long term UK residential rights and intentions.|
You must have a first degree of at least a 2.1 standard and be able to demonstrate a commitment to pursuing a career in transport in the UK.
The Trustees reserve the right to withdraw the Bursary should the recipient withdraw from or fail to attend the course, or be considered no longer suitable for any other reason.
In the first instance, you should submit an application for the MSc Transport and Planning, with a start date of 24 September 2018.
You must be recommended by the Course Supervisor, Dr Dimitris Potoglou, based on a personal interview. An explanation of the reasons for that recommendation must be provided.
You are therefore advised to contact Dr Dimitris Potoglou prior to applying for this scholarship.
The tutor’s recommendation and your personal statement are both of particular importance in the Trustees’ selection process. The quality of those items inevitably plays a great part in the decision-making process.
Recommended applicants must:
- complete an application form provided by the Course Supervisor
- provide a statement of their future career plans
- explain why the bursary is critical to their being able to commit to the course
- provide an expenditure budget and a statement of funding sources for their year of study.
The full set of application documents must submitted in digital, pdf, format to firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, the originals of the signed application and recommendation forms must be submitted in hard copy by post to Brian Murrell, 7, The Grove, Ickenham, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB10 8QH to arrive by 30th June 2017.
It is essential that all the information requested is provided in the form specified, and is included in the digital versions. The Trustees reserve the right not to consider any application that is incomplete in any way or which does not conform fully with their stated requirements and the application documents.
The Trustees have no need to give any explanation for any of their decisions, which are final.
We reserve the right to close applications early should sufficient applications be received.