Redcliffe is passionate about investing in mission across the globe, and playing a role in supporting and enhancing mission thinking and practice. We have designed our blended MA programmes to help achieve this, and have seen the fruit of these studies on the mission field.
However, we also realise that some students who would benefit from these programmes would also add huge value to the student body through their experience, but may not feel able to join the Masters programme at this time.
We want to support strategic, pioneer, and groundbreaking mission activity through the provision of scholarships that help people begin their Redcliffe studies when it otherwise might feel like a bridge too far.
Redcliffe are aiming to award scholarships to new students on the following programmes and deliveries:
The scholarships will provide 50% funding for the first year's tuition. Typically this amounts to 25% of the overall tuition cost for your MA. The scholarship does not cover the smaller additional costs, such as Mode of Delivery, or the Annual Administration Fee. Please see our course fees page for a breakdown of the costs of studying on a blended MA programme.
Interested in applying to Redcliffe's scholarship scheme?
Subject to your application being approved by the College's Bursary Committee, scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. To apply for a scholarship, it is advised that you first contact the Course Leader for the programme of your choice, or the College Administrator if you are unsure of who to speak to.
Scholarships are applied for and awarded subsequently to being accepted for a course on academic, experiential and reference grounds. The process is typically as follows:
Scholarships are limited, and based on Bursary Committee decisions about the strategic value of your place on the course at this time. Please apply for a scholarship as early as possible.
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