Glasgow Caledonian University - MA TV Fiction Writing Scholarships

Category: TV; Film

MA TV Fiction Writing Scholarships | Glasgow Caledonian University | Deadline: 1st June 2019

Are you interested in a career writing fiction for the television industry?

There are six scholarships available for the 2019/20 MA in TV Fiction Writing course at Glasgow Caledonian University

MA TV Fiction Writing Scholarships covering full fee costs will be awarded to excellent applicants who show particular motivation and talent. 

The scholarships are supported by industry partners including BBC Scotland. One scholarship, supported by MG Alba, is open to Gaelic speaking candidates. 

Find out full details and apply on the Glasgow Caledonian University website

Deadline for applications: 1st June 2019

Please note that these schemes are listed here for your convenience. However, they are run by external organisations and unless otherwise noted the BBC has no involvement with them. Therefore the BBC cannot respond to any queries in connection to those and accepts no liability for the accuracy of third party websites and the information contained on them.

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