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Applying for a Mead Fellowship (for Final Year students and 2018 graduates) - High Holborn

Event date
23 January 2019 (5pm to 7pm)
Applying for a Mead Fellowship (for Final Year students and 2018 graduates) - High Holborn
This event is open to final year UAL students, and UAL alumni who graduated in 2018. Please book your place here.

This briefing will tell you all about the Mead Fellowships, and how to complete your initial (Stage #1) application. 
The briefing will cover:
- How to submit your art project idea as a proposal
- Overview of the 3 stage process
- What to include in your submission
- How to present your proposal for maximum impact

Mead Fellowships are awards of up to £10,000. These awards are given for arts projects, which help UAL students and alumni develop their creative practice, and will add to your industry / discipline. Projects may be in any creative discipline studied at UAL. 
To see the range of Mead Fellowships projects to date, see the MEAD Awards webpage.
To apply for a Mead Fellowship, you must be:
  • A current UAL student (undergraduate or postgraduate), in your final year
  • An alumni who graduated in 2018 

All applications must be for a project which will be completed during the period September 2019 to July 2020. 
Mead Awards cannot be used to fund your tuition fees or living expenses. For information about these types of funds, please visit: Students Fees and Funding

The deadline for MEAD Fellowship applications is 09:00 am on Mon 25 Feb 2019.

Image credit: Nick Woodford (2017 Fellow) - The Peckham Coal Line Park: Re-imagine Bidwell Street.
Photo by: Rachel Ferriman 

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
You must be a Final Year student at UAL OR a past UAL student who graduated in 2018.
Can I apply for the award even if i can't attend this event?
Yes. The slide presentation from this event, plus details of how you can apply for an award will be on the Mead Awards webpage shortly after the event. 


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