In collaboration with CIFAL City of London and UNITAR, we now offer a United Nations Scholarship Scheme.
This provides a 10% tuition fee reduction for all United Nations employees and their immediate families. The programmes, delivered by MLA College, are validated and awarded by the University of Plymouth, and have been created alongside industry experts to provide individuals with specific knowledge and skills required for development within their sectors.
Through collaboration with CIFAL City of London, we are actively driving the message that ‘Education’ is the only way we can make realistic changes to world we live in’ and:
Provide a sound, and critical, understanding of sustainable development, particularly with reference to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Show how sustainability is conceived and practiced differently across the globe.
Provide key theoretical and practical knowledge of a range of subjects that are important considerations within the SDGs.
Enable students to understand the role of individuals, communities, and institutions in delivering sustainable development.
Foster debate and enable students to express reasoned, evidence-based arguments.
This scheme goes live on the 23rd May 2023 and is valid for terms starting after this date.
Find out more below:
Who is eligible for the scheme?
Any personnel currently employed by the United Nations, or a United Nations Agency and immediate family members. Evidence of employment will be required at the application stage.
What programmes are included in the Scholarship?
The Scholarship can be applied to any degree programme with MLA College, a full list of degrees, in addition to the Sustainability Suite, can be viewed here. The Scholarship cannot be used in conjunction with any other scholarship or bursary scheme, except for the ‘Women in Maritime’ Bursary.
How much is the Scholarship and how is it applied?
The Scholarship is a 10% fee reduction on the tuition fees for any degree programme offered by MLA College, subject to admissions criteria. The details of the Scholarship will be made outlined in your offer letter when applying for your degree. Offer letters and Scholarships are valid for the term you have applied for. If you defer until a later term, fees may change. The offer cannot be exchanged for cash.
How do I apply for the Scholarship?
When applying for a degree you will need to make the Admissions Team aware that you wish to apply for the Scholarship. You can do this by uploading one of the below documents to your online application:
• A Payslip clearly showing United Nations employment.
• A copy of your contract of employment.
Immediate family members wishing to take advantage of the scheme must provide one of the above which relates to the family member currently employed by the United Nations or a United Nations Agency, plus:
• A copy of a birth, marriage certificate or civil partnership which clearly shows the relationship.
How do I access the online application portal?
If you would like to apply for a degree with MLA College, you can access the online application portal here.