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May 2002, Week 3


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Dan Harries <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 16 May 2002 17:16:02 +0100
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Dear Colleagues,
I wanted to let you know about a rare grant opportunity for incoming MA
students on the MA Film and Visual Cultures program at Middlesex University
in London, UK. 

Students from the UK, EU, Australia, Canada, and the USA are eligible for
grants up to 3,250 (US$4,700) to cover fees and living expenses. The MA is
one year full-time and has been highly successful over the years. The
deadline for application for the bursaries is August 9th and we typically
consider applications to the MA degrees well into August for September

If you have any questions about the grants or the programs, please contact

Dan Harries
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Visual Culture and Media at Middlesex University in London will this year
award a number of student bursaries for full or part-time students who wish
to study on either the MA Architectural and Spatial Culture or MA Film and
Visual Cultures courses.

Visual Culture and Media is located in the School of Arts, and achieved a 5
in the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise in recognition of the international
excellence of its research.

MA Film and Visual Cultures
A unique programme for studying the relationships between a range of media
including film, TV, video, art, photography, design, architecture, space and
the digital.

MA Architectural and Spatial Culture
This course analyses the production, representation and experience of social
space. The programme encompasses real, imaginary and represented spaces
ranging from the architectural to the everyday, the local to the global, the
boundary to the network.

Each bursary will be for a maximum of 3250, which can be used to pay fees
or support living expenses.

Deadline: 09 August 2002.

Visual Culture and Media also welcomes applications from students wishing to
pursue MPhil and PhD research degrees.

Staff include: Professor Jon Bird, Professor Barry Curtis, Dr Jean Fisher,
Dr Dan Harries, Elizabeth Lebas, Dr Kobena Mercer, Paul Overy, Dr Claire
Pajackowska, Professor Adrian Rifkin and Professor Lisa Tickner.

For further information and an application form, please contact Dr Dan
Harries at [log in to unmask] or on +44-20-8411-6695.

Further details of our programmes can be found at

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