MSc Climate Justice

MSc Climate Justice

This scholarship offers full time International/EU students funding towards their tuition fees for the January 2022 Full Time MSc Climate Justice Programme.

You can receive a scholarship of £3,500 for International fee paying students which will be deducted from tuition fees

We welcome the news that climate justice will develop as a focus of academic inquiry through GCU's Masters. JRF has been working on this issue in the UK over the past five years and we feel there is a need to develop evidence base and the application of key principles in policy and practice. GCU's programme offers the opportunity to develop understanding among a new generation of students on this important agenda.

Katharine Knox
Policy and Research Programme Manager, Joseph Rowntree Foundation

The MSc Climate Justice is a globally unique masters programme which provides students with an in-depth understanding, analysis and knowledge about the principles that underpin climate justice - human rights, development and climate change.

Scholarships will be awarded on an overall assessment of merit and promise of the candidate, including their financial circumstances.

Who can apply

  • International and EU students who have applied and received an offer for the Full Time MSc Climate Justice course starting January 2022

What is the scholarship

  • if successful you will receive £3,500 which will be deducted from tuition fees 

Deadline for applications 15 November 2021

Terms and conditions

Must hold an offer of study with GCU before applying or the application will be rejected

You must be able to cover the balance of your tuition costs and your living costs in line with the UKVI requirements when applying for a Visa

Only EU students who have not received pre settled or settled status and are who are paying the EU/International tuition fee amount are eligible to apply for the scholarship.

Awards will not be deferred to any another academic session.

You may only be awarded the scholarship that offers you the most benefit. 

  • you can only receive one award for tuition fees
  • only self-funded students can apply for tuition fee scholarships