The Froebel Trust will fund 2 Scholarship Awards (full or part-time) to enable suitably qualified students to undertake the MA in Early Childhood Studies at the University of Roehampton. The Award will be explicitly linked to Froebelian Principles and successful applicants for the Award will be expected to be able demonstrate these in their prior professional experience and or academic study.
Scholarship students will be required to undertake their studies with a commitment to deepening and developing their understanding of Froebelian Principles and their relevance to contemporary policy and practice in all of the modules of study they undertake, including the Dissertation.
Further information at www.froebeltrust.org.uk
The MA Early Childhood Studies Programme
The MA Early Childhood Studies Programme has an international profile and brings together students at postgraduate level from around the world.
- Cutting-edge MA in Early Childhood Studies, taught by international team of 11 research-active academics;
- A distinctive, internationally respected MA fully underpinned by Froebelian principles and located in Froebel College, with its long history of teacher education;
- Full time and part time study routes available, with evening and weekend teaching;
Further information at http://www.roehampton.ac.uk/postgraduate-courses/early-childhood-studies/index.html
Value of the Scholarship: Each scholarship will be calculated in one of the following ways.
a)Â For UK and EU students, to the value of the UK and EU tuition fee for the MA, currently Â£5220.Â (Should the successful applicant be a graduate of University of Roehampton, the student will be eligible for a 20% discount and the award reduced pro rata), OR
b) If the student has alternative funding for their tuition fee, then the award will be aÂ Grant for maintenance costs of Â£5220, OR
c) If the student is classified as paying International Fees, then the Award will be equivalent to the UK and EU fee, currently Â£5220.
Further information: Further information and application forms can be obtained from the Programme Convenor, Dr Peter Elfer email@example.com and from the Froebel trust web-site