Application is now open for the University of Bradford MA Filmmaking Scholarship. Interested applicants are encouraged to send in their applications before the deadline date.
About the University of Bradford and Scholarship
The Mechanics Institute, established in 1832 to meet the growing demand for skilled labor in the city, is the source of the University of Bradford’s illustrious and colorful past. Over the years, this college underwent several transitional phases until becoming Bradford Technical College in 1882. Following that, in 1957, it assumed a more comprehensive role as the Bradford Institute of Technology, and it was tasked with overseeing postsecondary education courses.
The architectural environment of the institution’s campus reflects its growth and development. Along with the Horton and Chesham Buildings, the iconic Richmond Building symbolizes the institution’s commitment to both intellectual progress and physical quality. These structures, which are across Richmond Road, contribute to Bradford University’s vibrant and bustling environment. Prime Minister Harold Wilson was the institution’s first chancellor when it was formally christened the University of Bradford in 1966 following its official charter of incorporation. In the 1970s, the institution rose to prominence as a global center for Yugoslav studies. The University of Bradford Postgraduate School of Yugoslav Studies was established during this period, indicating the university’s commitment to fostering interdisciplinary study and a global perspective.
Academically, Bradford University has traditionally excelled in a variety of fields. It was ranked seventh in the UK in 2005 and rose to second in 2006 after receiving recognition for its dedication to student success and for its outstanding record in graduate employment in the Times Good University Guide. The university’s regular ranking in the Top 50 English universities according to research funding highlights its significant emphasis on research.
The university’s distinction as the first-ever UNESCO City of Film is among its greatest accomplishments. This esteemed designation celebrates Bradford’s rich cinematic history, prominent film locations, and wide range of film festivals and activities, recognizing Bradford as a global center for cinematic arts. The School of Media Design and Technology, housing the offices of the Bradford City of Film, serves as the epicenter for film-related programs and initiatives, contributing to the vibrant cultural tapestry of the university.
In alignment with its commitment to global challenges, the University of Bradford extends support to filmmakers through scholarships aimed at addressing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These scholarships not only nurture a deeper understanding of UNESCO’s global initiatives but also empower filmmakers to contribute meaningfully to these critical global objectives through their craft.
Details about the University of Bradford MA Filmmaking Scholarship:
Scholarship Sponsor: University of Bradford, UK
Scholarship Value: Up to GBP 5,000
Number of awards: 8
Study level: Masters
Host Institution(s): University of Bradford, UK
Courses: Film Making
Three GBP 5,000 scholarships for full-time, international MA Filmmaking applicants who meet the requirements are available.
Five full-time, home applicants who meet the requirements will receive GBP 2,000 scholarships for the MA in Filmmaking.
Eligibility Criteria for University of Bradford MA Filmmaking Scholarship
Candidates are advised to meet the following conditions to be qualified for the University of Bradford MA Filmmaking Scholarship:
- Students must be enrolled in courses that meet the requirements.
- Students need to be enrolled in a university-approved course with a hold offer.
- Candidates must have received a degree with at least a 2:1.
Application Procedure for University of Bradford MA Filmmaking Scholarship
Please send Mark Goodall an email at the following address if you would like further information about the scholarship: M.Goodall@bradford.ac.uk
The Application Deadline is: May 31, 2024
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