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Canon Collins/James Learmonth Malawi Scholarships 2023/2024

Canon Collins/James Learmonth Malawi Scholarships 2023/2024. Applications are now open for the Canon Collins/James learnmonth Malawi scholarships for masters in Education. See how to apply below and the requirements.

The Educational Trust for southern Africa was founded in 1981 by the British Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa (BDAF), principally by Ethel de Keyser, director of BDAF and Canon John Collins, the founder of BDAF. After the passing of Canon Collins, the Trust was renamed the Canon Collins Educational Trust for southern Africa.

James Learmonth was an influential educational practioner in the UK who believed strongly that education was the key to greater inclusion, social stability and international co-operation. He also believed that teachers and educational leaders can only be effective if they continue learning. When James died of cancer in 2003, his wife, family and numerous colleagues and friends decided to establish the James Learmonth Scholarship Programme in his memory. The aim of this programme is to support teachers and educational leaders in Malawi to pursue studies in education.

Canon Collins Trust administers both scholarships in memory of James Learmonth and Elizabeth Bird.

Benefits of Malawi Scholarships

This scholarship is valued at approximately US$3,500 per academic year, to cover tuition fees and provide a living allowance. This figure may vary, subject to confirmation of tuition fees.

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Requirements for Malawi Scholarships

Applicants must be:

  • Studying or applying to study any MA Education course at Chancellor College
  • A national of and resident in Malawi
  • In possession of a good undergraduate degree

Please apply only if you are eligible.

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Documents Required for Application

You are required to submit a full application including motivation and the following documentation:

  • ID document (passport, driving license or birth certificate)
  • Academic transcripts
  • Degree certificates, if available
  • One academic reference
  • A copy of your most recent payslips, if you are employed

How to Apply

Interested persons should CLICK HERE to apply

Visit the Canon Collins website For more details.

Application Deadline

June 10, 2023

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