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Carl Blakey Scholarship


Graduates of the MOAC programme together with current students have established the Carl Blakey Scholarship to enable more students to benefit from the MOAC programme. Carl Blakey was a student on the MOAC programme who died in 2009. Applicants to the MSc in Mathematical Biology and Biophysical Chemistry who have not obtained full funding (e.g. as defined by the EPSRC minimum stipend) from any other source may apply for support from the Carl Blakey Scholarship. Students who are recipients of a fees-only scholarship may apply. The value of the scholarship is variable but at least £1000.

Applications may be submitted electronically or by post to the MOAC director by 31st July for entry. The application is by letter with a supporting statement (maximum of 300 words). The sole criterion for the scholarship is academic excellence as evidenced both from the scholarship application and the candidate's application to the MSc in Mathematical Biology and Biophysical Chemistry. Further details may be obtained from Alison Rodger or Hugo van den Berg.

Notification of success or otherwise of the applicant will be provided by email within 14 days of closing. The decisions will be made by the Directors of the MOAC MSc and PhD programmes. Their decision is final and there is no right of appeal.

Professor Alison Rodger
Director MOAC Doctoral Training Centre
University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL, UK
ph: (44) (0)24 76574696/76523234; fax: (44) (0)24 76575795
mobile: 07876218199
a.rodger@warwick.ac.uk

Dr Hugo van den Berg
Director MBBC MSc
University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL, UK
hugo@maths.warwick.ac.uk