Alexander and Dixon Scholarship
Awarded by University of Glasgow
The Bryce Bequest was made by the late Professor John Cameron Bryce in memory of Professor Peter Alexander, former Professor of English Literature at the University of Glasgow, and in memory also of Professor W. Mac Neile Dixon.
Please note that in order to be considered for this award, the University must already have received your application and accepted you - conditionally or unconditionally - for one of the taught Masters programme in English Literature by the application deadline.
All applicants who wish to be considered should send a brief CV and statement (2 pages max) to the English Literature Postgraduate Convenor Dr Adrian Streete (e-mail Link by the application deadline below.
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