Town Planning Silver Jubilee Scholarship
About the scholarship
Application status: Not currently open for applications
Applicable study: MPlan or other postgraduate Planning Degree
Closing date: 28 February
Tenure: 1 year
For: Assistance with postgraduate study in Planning
Number on offer: Varies
Offer rate: Annually
In marking the first 25 years of the former Planning Department it especially commemorates the contributions of:
(a) Professor C R Knight, Dean of Architecture, who, over so many years, advocated the introduction of a Town Planning programme;
(b) Mr N B Spencer, whose outstanding generosity made it possible by providing funding to cover the first five years’ salary of the inaugural professor;
(c) Professor R T Kennedy who, as the first Head, established the Department and held the Chair from 1957 to 1969; and
(d) Professor I E Boileau who held the chair from 1970 until his retirement in 1983.
The purpose of the award is to encourage postgraduate study in the School of Architecture and Planning.
How to apply
Scholarship applications will usually open around six weeks before the closing date. Please read the regulations carefully to be sure you are eligible before you apply.
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