University of Kent - Blackbaud Scholarship

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Blackbaud Scholarship
Scholarship Name Blackbaud Scholarship
Academic Year 2021
Scholarship amount £2,500
Nationality Any
Scholarship Deadline 27 June 2021

Scholarship value

The Blackbaud Scholarship provides two partial scholarships of £2,500 (£1,250 towards tuition fees each year of the degree programme), assessed by application, for entrants to the University’s MA in Philanthropic Studies.


27 June 2021, 23:59 BST


Candidates must:

  • Have an unconditional offer to begin the MA Philanthropic Studies (not PG Diploma or PG Certificate) in September 2021.
  • Possess a 2:1 first degree.
  • Work for a small charity, defined as having an annual turnover of less than £1 million.
  • Proactively indicate that they wish to be considered for either or both of the full or partial Blackbaud Scholarship.
  • Be in need of financial support in order to join the degree programme.

Further details

Blackbaud, developers of software and services for non-profit organisations, is offering a partial scholarship to support an MA Philanthropic Studies student starting in September 2021. The partial scholarship will be paid towards tuition fees for the degree programme which is part-time over two years.

The partial scholarship consists of: 2 x partial scholarships of £2,500 (£1,250 towards tuition fees each year of the degree programme).

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