University of London Moorhouse Scholarships is an opportunity offered to 4 students accepted on the MA Textile Design in the 2020/21 academic session.
Rodney Moorhouse was a textile designer and photographer who studied and taught at both Camberwell Chelsea Colleges of Arts in the 1960s and 1970s. Despite suffering serious injuries in a road accident early in their careers, Rodney and his wife Tessa devoted their lives to helping young artists and to combating inequality.
Tessa was a judge who specialised in children’s rights and The Moorhouse Bursary and Scholarship Programme have been established at UAL in accordance with Tessa’s wishes to continue to provide support for the causes which she and Rodney championed for the benefit of future generations of students.
Applications are welcome from those who are in financial hardship and those who will benefit from postgraduate studies to realise their full potential.
To be eligible for The Moorhouse Scholarships students must be:
- Accepted on the full-time MA Textile Design course at Chelsea College of Arts, UAL commencing in September 2020
Worth of Award
- The scholarships will be assessed on the basis of financial need and academic merit. It will provide a contribution of £5,000 towards course tuition fees and £5,000 towards living expenses.
How to Apply For University of London Moorhouse Scholarships
- Applications for this scholarship must be made by filling in an online application form. More information provided in the guidance notes:
- Panel interviews for shortlisted applicants will be scheduled for September/October 2020. The date will be communicated to shortlisted students
The application deadline is 1pm (UK time), Friday, August 14, 2020.
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