King's College London announced the launch of a new scholarship programme for students of master degree in global psychiatry. Scholarships will be awarded during the 2013-2014 th of the school year and is primarily intended for applicants from countries with low and medium standard of living.
Candidate to receive this scholarship can be a graduate from any country. The course is a yearlong research program in the field of global politics and practices of psychiatry. The program is designed to prepare specialists of the ministries and other national and international agencies and researchers in this field.
The University offers 9 scholarshipsthat will be distributed for 3 years, 3 scholarships per year. Professor Martin Prince ( Martin Prince) from the faculty of psychiatry at King's College London Royal College said: "We are pleased to offer 9 full scholarships for the course of global psychiatry. Currently there is a significant shortage of specialists in this field in countries with low and medium standard of living. The main objective of this course is to introduce methods for designing locally adaptirovana strategies to improve community integration of people with mental disorders"
Money for the scholarships provided by the pharmaceutical company Janssen Pharmaceutica. The scholarship covers the cost of tuition, accommodation, travel, books and moving to London.
More information about new scholarships available the University's website or request it from the King's College London.
Source: King's College London