Dear colleagues,

 *With apologies for cross posting*

Applications are invited for the part-time MSc and DPhil in Sustainable Urban Development at the University of Oxford.  The next admissions round closes on 24 January 2020.  The MSc Programme Scholarship also closes on this date (more information below).

We would be grateful if list members would share this information with students, colleagues and associates for whom it will be of interest.

The Sustainable Urban Development programme at the University of Oxford offers part-time master's and doctoral courses for practitioners and researchers engaged in cities and urban issues. It attracts architects, educators, engineers, lawyers, financiers and investment analysts, landscape architects, project managers, planners, property developers and surveyors.

MSc Full Fee Programme Scholarship

The MSc Programme Scholarship will cover all course fees across both years of the MSc in Sustainable Urban Development for October 2020 entry. The Scheme is open to all new candidates for the MSc.

MSc Sheehan Scholarship

The MSc in Sustainable Urban Development Sheehan Scholarship provides the awardee with a contribution of £1,100 towards the total course fees for October 2020 entry. This will be available in the first year of the course (2020/21) only. The Scholarship is funded through a generous donation from the Oxford-based Sheehan Group.

No separate application process will apply for these scholarships, but candidates seeking to be considered need to have submitted a full application by 24 January 2020. Candidates need to present a consistent record of excellence both academically and professionally.  Full details are available on the MSc website www.conted.ox.ac.uk/msud.

Please visit our website www.conted.ox.ac.uk/urban or contact us on [log in to unmask] and +44 (0)1865 286952 for further information about each course, funding opportunities and how to apply.



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