Chin-Yueh Bursary

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This award is given in memory of Chin-Yueh Hsu who was a student on the MA Dance Movement Psychotherapy programme at Goldsmiths. Chin-Yueh died just after completing her final draft submissions after a long illness and graduated posthumously in 2015. This award is to honour her contribution to the MA Dance Movement Psychotherapy community, in which her commitment, determination and sensitivity to others were greatly valued.

Value

Applications are sought for a bursary of £2000 which will be awarded to an international student enrolled on the  programme. The bursary is intended to support an individual international student who is experiencing unavoidable financial hardship and who can demonstrate the quality of their performance on the program through their attendance, engagement and commitment. 

Number available

1

Eligibility criteria

In order to submit an application for the award, you must be: 

  • An international student studying MA Dance Movement Psychotherapy.
  • A continuing student.

Priority will be given to students demonstrating some or all of the following:

  • Levels of unavoidable financial hardship
  • High levels of individual punctuality and attendance
  • Strong performance on the programme in terms of commitment and determination
  • Extra-curricular contribution to the MA DMP community at Goldsmiths

Application deadlines

5pm on Friday 3 September 2021

How to apply

If you wish to apply for the Bursary, please write a letter of application using the Application form for Chin-Yueh Bursary 2021 stating the reasons why you are experiencing hardship. Please email your letter of application to Jennifer Mayo, Programme Co-ordinator (j.mayo-deman@gold.ac.uk).

Application instructions:

  • The application must be typed
  • You must include your college email address on the form as this is how we will contact you

Selection process

A panel of academic staff within STaCS will be convened to consider the applications in order to make a selection. The panel’s decision will be final and there is no appeal against the decision.