The Sadako Ogata Scholarship is now open. The scholarship is targeted to students from developing countries. The Sadako Ogata Scholarship supports students who will be undertaking master degree in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies at the the University of London, UK. The scholarship winners will receive scholarship that covers all university fees. Expires in 36 days!
The University of London has established two prestigious scholarships for the MA in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies, the Sadako Ogata Scholarship for students beginning their studies in March, and the Guy S. Goodwin-Gill Scholarship for students beginning their studies in October. The Sadako Ogata Scholarship celebrates the achievements of Sadako Ogata, former United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (1991-2000), and an inspiring role model for practitioners and students of refugee protection worldwide.
The Sadako Ogata scholarship covers the ‘whole fee’ for the programme, comprising two Core Module fees, four Elective Module fees, and the two Dissertation modules fees.
Level and Area of Studies
Master degree in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies.
Place of Study
At the University of London, UK
Eligibility and Criteria
In order to be eligible for the Sadako Ogata Scholarship, candidates must satisfy the given criteria as follow:
- Have received an offer of registration for the MA in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies for the relevant upcoming academic session; and
- be a national of and residing in a low- or lower-middle-income country; and
- demonstrate outstanding academic merit or potential in the field of study, evidenced particularly by past achievements; and
- be unable to take up the offer of a place on the MA in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies due to financial circumstances;
- Students currently studying for a University of London award are not eligible to apply for this scholarship.
Students from developing countries are welcome to apply.
Please visit the website and application link below to see further instruction.
15 January 2019.