In collaboration with The Stationers’ Company, the Documentary Photography and Photojournalism MA course is pleased to offer a bursary and mentoring for a student during their studies.

Pictured: View of graduate Sam Anthony's final show, 'Best Laid Plans' at Ambika P3, July 2019

The Stationers’ Company’s postgraduate programme provides support to one student per year who has been newly accepted to the course. To be considered, the student must be a UK-based part-time or full-time postgraduate applicant who is under 25, or exceptionally, under 30 years old.

The successful student will receive a bursary of £6,000 towards their tuition fees and is offered the opportunity to receive mentoring during their studies from a member of the Stationers’ Company, taking into account the specific interests of the student.

The Documentary Photography and Photojournalism MA course, under the leadership of photographer David Moore since 2017, allows students to explore society through photography and photography-related practice and within critically informed ways through a combination of practice-based teaching and discussion of critical contexts.

Anyone wishing to be considered for the bursary for a January 2022 start must submit their application by 24 September 2021. The course team will then draw up a shortlist of up to three successful students whose names will then be submitted to the Stationers’ Company. Shortlisted candidates will then be invited to a further interview at Stationers’ Hall. The course director will also be part of the interview panel.

Find out more about the Documentary Photography and Photojournalism MA course.

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