Siren Associates Scholarship
The Siren Associates Scholarship is a newly established one-year scholarship being offered to a Lebanese applicant who has applied for a place on the MA Conflict, Governance and International Development in the School of International Development at UEA.
Siren Associates is a not-for-profit organisation that works across the Middle East on a range of security sector and public sector reform programming. Based in Lebanon and Jordan, they design and implement projects that bring about positive change in the systems, processes and capabilities of civil security and broader public sector institutions.
The aim of the scholarship is to provide financial support and the opportunity of an international educational experience to a talented and motivated student who is interested in these issues and who can demonstrate a clear wish to build their career in this sector in Lebanon post-graduation.
The opportunity for a paid internship with Siren Associates in Beirut will be offered to the successful scholar, and may be taken either as a Development Work Placement module during the one year of study, or immediately after the completion of the course. This will be by interview with Siren Associates.
Type of Course
- Postgraduate Taught
- Tuition Fees
Number Available per Year
- International Fees
- Self Funded
- Faculty of Social Sciences
- International Development
MA Conflict, Governance and International Development
Country / Region
- Middle East
Applicant must demonstrate strong academic ability and potential.
Country of Domicile
A clear wish to build their career in this sector in Lebanon post-graduation.
Restrictions with other scholarships
Cannot be in receipt of any other scholarships or awards.
Please complete an application form to be considered for this scholarship in 2021.
The deadline for applications is May 14th 2021.
Terms and Conditions
Is available to applicants who are of Lebanese nationality and are a resident in Lebanon. Applicants must be enrolled on the MA Conflict, Governance and International Development course at UEA as a full-time student. Applicants should demonstrate a clear wish to commit to living and working in Lebanon at the end of their studies. The applicant must be prepared to interview for the internship opportunity with Siren Associates which is for a minimum of 6 weeks in Beirut.
Applicants must be self funded which means they do not have any other financial support to help fund their fees e.g, no other scholarships or awards.