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Published: 20th October 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th October 2014 11:59 PM   |  A+A-

MA-courses

Admissions open at sheffield hallam

Sheffield Hallam University, UK, is inviting applications for its January 2015 intake. There are about 60 postgraduate courses to be chosen from including Tourism, Hospitality and Events, Biosciences and Chemistry, Computing, Business and Management, Education studies and Engineering. The University is also offering Indian students a discount of £1,000 (approx `1 lakh) for all full-time courses while an exclusive bursary of £2,250 (approx `2 lakh) will be offered for the MBA course during its January’15 intake. Details at www.shu.ac.uk.

Webinar for students applying to us schools

WES Student Advisor, a nonprofit initiative is organising two free webinars titled ‘Applying to International Affairs Programs’ and ‘Masters and Doctoral Degree Programs’ on October 16 and 23 respectively. Discussion topics include Advantages of pursuing an international affairs degree in the US, Application requirements and admissions process, Tips for building a strong and unique application and Financial aid Job prospects and career pathways. Register at www.events-na8.adobeconnect.com/content/connect/c1/1115309038/en/events/catalog.html.

MA in english and creative writing

The Department of English and Drama at UK’s Loughborough University is offering one-year full-time MA courses in English and Creative Writing. Students wishing to apply for the courses should have a minimum of 60 per cent in English, Drama or a related subject. Applicants with other qualifications and suitable experience may be considered. This refers to experience in writing, publishing or work in the writing industries. Applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis, in which the CV and sample of written work will be expected to provide evidence of this experience. Candidates can apply online in order to get the applications processed quickly. The applications must be supported by documentary evidence to fulfill admission requirements, including English language proficiency test scores, academic transcripts and references. The total tuition fee for the courses is £14,300 (approx `14 lakh). Queries may be posted to C.J.Flynn-Ryan@lboro.ac.uk.



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