Master's In Public Administration
- £10,000 fee reduction
- 23 March 2018
Do you have what it takes to lead the government of the future?
Apply now for the prestigious new £10,000 scholarship from Apolitical and UCL
University College London and Apolitical are offering a multi-faceted high-level scholarship to ‘the student most able to help lead the government of the future’.
The Apolitical-UCL Scholarship is a prestigious opportunity arising from a newly formed partnership between the Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy and Apolitical. The scholarship provides an opportunity to study an innovative programme at a unique department at one of the world’s leading universities, while being supported by Apolitical to become a future government leader.
Apolitical’s writers and policy experts will induct the student into the best ideas from around the world – helping them to form valuable networks. They will also be invited to share their thought leadership with contributions to Apolitical’s research and writing and to join prestigious events so they can form international relationships and career changing connections.
The successful applicant will embody the tech savvy, internationalism and cutting-edge innovation that the public service will need to cope with the problems of tomorrow. They will need to be agile, imaginative and capable of getting things done, with the grit to break out of institutional silos and take smart risks to push forward new ideas.
Available to applicants for any of the 5 UCL STEaPP MPA programmes.
£10,000 fee reduction and access to Apolitical's network
To be eligible for consideration for the Scholarship a candidate must have applied and been offered a place on one of the 2018/19 STEaPP MPA programmes by no later than 23rd March 2018. Please visit https://apolitical.co/apolitical-ucl-scholarship/ for more details or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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