Application Due Date: midnight (GMT) on Sunday 24 March 2019
The MSc International Mental Health course is a joint program offered by the London School of Health & Tropical Medication(LSHTM) and the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King’s College London
( KCL). The program of research study intends to offer trainees with the.
understanding and abilities to start, establish and supervise psychological health.
programs and/or policies in low-resource settings, along with to.
conduct and seriously assess research study on international psychological health. These.
abilities and understanding will make it possible for trainees to make important.
contributions in the domains of research study, policy and practice as they.
connect to the discipline of international psychological health.
The Janssen Global Mental Health Scholarship Fund was released in 2012 through a generous contribution from Janssen Pharmaceutica (part of the Johnson & Johnson Household of Business). In 2018, the Johnson & Johnson Scholarship Fund was released, offering an extra 18 scholarships over the 5 years. To date, 21 trainees signed up on the MSc International Mental Health have actually benefited as an outcome of the scholarships. This is a yearly award till 2022 (for 2022-23 scholastic year).
London School of Health & Tropical Medication.
is providing to 4 Johnson & Johnson Global Mental Health.
Scholarships to trainees accepted onto the 2019-20 MSc International Mental Health program.
Each scholarship will cover
- complete tuition costs at the KCL abroad cost rate, and
- a stipend (living allowance) of GBP 16,95000, and
- an allowance of GBP 500.00 for MSc job expenditures.
Eligibility for financing
Candidates need to be nationals of, and generally resident in, among the list below nations:
|SOUTH EAST ASIA||Indonesia.||Philippines.||Thailand.||Vietnam.||.|
This list can not be.
altered, and is not flexible, and for that reason we are not able to think about.
candidates from other nations for this specific scholarship plan.
Applicants from non-English speaking nations ( as defined by the Office– UKVI) needs to fulfill the minimum English Language Requirements if shortlisted for this financing. Candidates who have actually been short-listed for this financing will be needed to offer evidence of English language efficiency within 6 weeks of notice for their scholarship application to be thought about any even more.
The due date for applications is midnight (GMT) on Sunday 24 March 2019
Notice of the outcomes of short-listing.
phase and invites for an interview will be made by the week.
starting Monday 29 April 2019 at the current.
Notice of result of your application will be made by Friday 31 May 2019.
How to use
To get this financing candidates need to finish both actions listed below by the scholarship due date.
Action 1: Send an application for research study for the MSc International Mental Health program through the King’s College London online application website.
Action 2: Send an online scholarships application,.
choosing this scholarship choice from the drop-down menu. The.
scholarship application need to consist of the following uploaded files
Please keep in mind that insufficient applications will not be thought about.
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