Full-Fee Scholarships

Location

London, Online/Remote Study

Type of opportunity

University scholarship, Other Types

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New School of the Anthropocene

About this opportunity

The NEW SCHOOL OF THE ANTHROPOCENE is a radical and affordable experiment in interdisciplinary higher education. We are a self-organising, non-bureaucratic ensemble of over 60 experienced teachers and practitioners attached to universities and arts institutions across the UK and the world.

In collaboration with October Gallery London we seek to recover educational adventure and are dedicated to addressing ecological restoration and social renewal through the arts. NSotA’s one-year Diploma in Environmental Humanities mines the critical-creative seam, and regards all students as researchers. Weekly seminars, small-group classes and individual supervisions are held both in-person and on-line to enable participation across the planet.

The New School is offering full-fee scholarships for the 2023-24 academic year to English-speaking refugees now living in the UK, who’ve had their current university education interrupted by the wars in Ukraine, Yemen and elsewhere.

For more details, please write to the Convenor, Michael Hrebeniak via nsota.info@gmail.com or the Contact page of the website (www.nsota.org).

Level of Study

  • Undergraduate
  • Master’s - Taught
  • Master’s - Research

Eligibility

Asylum seeker, Refugee status, Humanitarian protection, Temporary refugee permission, Limited or Discretionary Leave to Remain (private/family life), Indefinite Leave to Remain, Ukraine schemes, British National (Overseas), Other forms of sanctuary (including Calais Leave, Section 67 Leave, UASC leave and Stateless Leave)

What is included in this opportunity?

  • Fee Waiver (no fees)

Types of study available

  • Online
  • Face-to-face
  • Part-time / flexible

Number of places available

Four

Is this opportunity available for individuals outside of the UK?

Yes

On-going opportunity

Yes

For further questions contact Dr Michael Hrebeniak