Miles Morland Foundation Scholarships 2024/2025 | How to Apply
The Miles Morland Foundation 2024/2025 Writing Scholarships for African Writers (£18,000 in Scholarships) for Post-Graduate African Students’ application form, requirements, eligibility, qualifications needed, application guidelines, application deadline, how to apply, closing date, and other opportunities links are published below. Both the official website and application portal (Edurelated.com) are accessible to South Africans.
The Miles Morland Foundation Scholarships 2024/2025 for post-graduate African students
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Scholarship information for the Miles Morland Foundation for 2024/2025
Before they are well-known, it can be challenging for writers to make a living while writing. The Morland Memorial Foundation (MMF) grants a few Morland Writing Scholarships each year to assist in meeting this need. Each Scholar is given time to write the first draft of a finished book. Anyone who writes in English and was born in Africa, or whose parents were both born in Africa, is eligible for the scholarships.
- To qualify for the Scholarship a candidate must submit an excerpt from a piece of work of between 2,000 – 5,000 words, written in English that has been published and offered for sale, you must send clear evidence that the piece you upload as part of your application has been both published AND offered for sale.
- This will be evaluated by a panel of readers and judges set up by the MMF. The work submitted will be judged purely on literary merit.
- It is not the purpose of the Scholarships to support academic or scientific research or works of special interest such as religious or political writings.
- Submissions or proposals of this nature do not qualify.
Scholars writing fiction will receive a grant of £18,000, paid monthly over the course of twelve months. At the discretion of the Foundation, Scholars writing non-fiction, who require additional research time, could receive an additional grant, paid over a period of up to eighteen months.
Scholarships are open to anyone writing in the English language who was born in Africa, or both of whose parents were born in Africa.
Have you enclosed all six things on the checklist below?
- A submission of between 2,000 to 5,000 words as a Word document of work that has been published and offered for sale.
- Proof of publication and proof of sale.
- A scan of an official document showing that you, or both of your parents, were born in Africa.
- A description of between 400 – 1,000 words about the new book you intend to write.
- A brief bio of between 200 – 300 words.
- Please tell us how you heard about the Morland Writing Scholarships.
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