Jean Monnet Graduate Bursaries and Studentship
As part of the Jean Monnet Chair at Canterbury Christ Church University and the establishment of the Centre for European Studies (CEFEUS), two scholarships and a studentship award have been set up.
Jean Monnet Graduate Bursaries 2017-2018
Thanks to generous Jean Monnet funding that established our Centre for European Studies in 2015, full-time students enrolled on our Masters in European Politics are entitled to apply for one of the two available Jean Monnet Graduate Bursaries. These are competitively awarded to students applying to this particular pathway on the basis of academic excellent, and are worth £2000 each, which are designed to offset the payment of tuition fees.
Full-time applicants to the MSc in European Politics wishing to apply for the scholarship are required to email Dr Hadfield a 2,000 word essay on the current role of the European Union as a global actor, by noon, Friday, 8 September, 2017.
Jean Monnet Graduate Studentship 2017-2018
Thanks to generous Jean Monnet funding that established our Centre for European Studies in 2015, full-time students enrolled on any of the current Masters pathways (Politics, International Relations and European Politics) are entitled to apply for the Jean Monnet Studentship, which is a part-time position based in the Centre for European Studies (CEFEUS) within the programme of Politics/IR, here at Canterbury Christ Church University. The studentship is worth £2000, and designed to give its recipient the opportunity to obtain work experience within an academic centre, managing the various training and outlook activities, under the supervision of CEFEUS Director, Dr Amelia Hadfield.
Full-time applicants to any of the current Masters pathways (as above) wishing to apply for the studentship are required to email Dr Hadfield a 2,000 essay on any aspect of the current UK-EU Brexit negotiations by noon, Friday, 8 September, 2017.