Kamran Djam Scholarships, SOAS, University of London

Thanks to the generosity of the Fereydoun Djam Charitable Trust there  are a number of Kamran Djam scholarships available for UK/EU and  Overseas fee-paying SOAS students, providing a contribution towards fees  of between £3,000 and £13,000 each year for the duration of the award.  The MPhil/PhD scholarship is paid for 3 years.  The MA is paid for one  year (or two years if part-time). The Undergraduate scholarship is paid  for one year.

Deadline: 31 May 2013

Eligible Programmes
  • SOAS undergraduates entering their final year in 2013/14, studying BA Persian
  • SOAS undergraduates entering their final year in 2013/14, studying BA Persian and another subject.
  • Full-time or part-time MA Iranian Studies starting in 2013/14
  • Full-time  MPhil PhD (new admissions only) in the following subject areas: Persian  Language, Persian Literature, Iranian History starting in 2013/14
Candidate Criteria
  • BA  Applicants entering their final year in 2013/14 must expect to be  awarded a first class Honours Degree. Applicants who expect an upper  second class degree may also apply, but will not be given preference.
  • MA  Applicants must possess or expect to be awarded a First Class Honours  Degree or equivalent. Applicants with a non UK masters degree must be in  the top rank as evidenced by references and transcripts. Applicants  with a 2.1 may also apply but will not be given preference.
  • MPhil/PhD  applicants must possess or expect to be awarded a masters degree with a  mark of Distinction from a UK university. Applicants with a non UK  masters degree must be in the top rank as evidenced by references and  transcripts.  Applicants with a mark of merit may also apply but will  not be given preference.
  • The scholarship is open to UK/EU and overseas fee-paying full time students.
  • For MPhil/PhD & MA applicants only, applicants must have an offer of admission to a Research programme or to the MA Iranian Studies at SOAS by the scholarship application deadline.

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