The Clive E Boyce Scholarship - open to MPhil/PhD in the School of Architecture and Built Environment

The Clive E Boyce Scholarship has been established to support the undertaking of research activities or study-related travel by a current or commencing higher degree by research student in the School of Architecture and Built Environment. 

This scholarship was established in 1964 by Mrs R I M Boyce, who donated £5000 to establish a postgraduate scholarship in architecture in memory of her late husband Clive E Boyce.

The value of the scholarship will be $4,000 per year or an amount which does not exceed the annual distribution of interest available from the Endowment Fund.

Scholarship recipients with caring responsibilities may apply for support from the ECMS Dependant Travel Fund

Who can apply?

The Clive E Boyce Scholarship is available to a candidate

  • currently enrolled in a higher degree by research program (MPhil or PhD) in the School of Architecture and Built Environment; or
  • who has been offered (or provisionally offered) admission for higher degree by research study (MPhil or PhD) in the School of Architecture and Built Environment.

How to apply

Applicants must lodge a written application using the application form available here, and include the following in their submission:

  • Academic records and CV
  • Professional activities
  • How they plan to use the scholarship award.

IMPORTANT: Please follow instructions on the Scholarships Website to submit your application.

Applications close Tuesday 31 March 2020.

Apply today

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