Stuart Hall Scholarship (2020)

You will only be able to accept one University of Sussex scholarship at a time.

Personal Details

Personal Statement and CV
Please submit a personal statement detailing your academic interests, career aspirations and any voluntary/community activities you have participated in. We are particularly interested in applicants focusing on areas of interest to Stuart Hall including Postcolonial and Diasporic Modernities; Cultural Studies; Race, Ethnicity and Visual Cultures; Radical Thinking on the Left.
Maximum of 500 words.
Please provide a copy of your CV detailing your education and previous work experience
Maximum of 5MB
Only files of type doc, docx and odt are allowed
Scholarship application form submission
The information provided here will be used to evaluate your eligibility for the scholarship, we may also use the information provided with your Masters application as part of this assessment.

The Scholarships Office will contact you when a decision has been made on your scholarship application; this will be after the deadline to apply has passed. If you do not meet the eligibility criteria for the scholarship, your application will not be considered.

If your application is shortlisted for the scholarship, an anonymised version will be shared with the scholarship selection panel for the final selection process. No identifying characteristics will be shared; however, your statement of academic interests will be shared in full.