The Sam and Alida Haskins Study Grant
The Sam and Alida Haskins Study Grant is offering 3 awards of £9,444 each to students accepted on the MA Photography course at London College of Communication, University of the Arts London.
To be eligible for The Sam and Alida Haskins Study Grant students must be:
- Accepted on the full-time MA Photography course at London College of Communication, UAL commencing in September 2019
Sam Haskin (1926–2009) was an alumnus of London College of Communication (then known as London School of Printing and Graphic Arts), where he studied photography between 1949 and 1951. A British photographer born and raised in South Africa, he published numerous highly influential books in the 1970s. He married Alida (1927–2012) in 1952, who played a key role in the launch of his career.
It was Sam and Alida’s wish to create awards benefiting postgraduate photography students at London College of Communication, after their death. The Sam and Alida Haskins Study Grant is testament to their generosity and a wonderful way to remember them at LCC.
The grants will be assessed on the basis of financial need and academic merit. It will provide a contribution of £4,722 towards course tuition fees and £4,722 towards living expenses.
Applications are welcome from those who are in genuine financial hardship and those who will benefit from postgraduate studies to realise their full potential.
Applications for this scholarship must be made by filling in an online application form. More information provided in the guidance notes:
Closing date: 1pm (UK time), Thursday 15 August 2019.
The panel will be scheduled for September 2019. The date will be communicated to shortlisted students.
The grant will provide a contribution towards tuition fees and living expenses.
Tuition fees will be paid directly from the award into the University’s Tuition Fees account.
Living expense payments will be paid in termly instalments to the award recipient.
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