The school of Applied Social Science, University of Stirling, UK is offering scholarship places for students from India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Pakistan to study the MSc. in Dementia Studies by distance learning. This is a three-year programme which attracts students from around the world and from a range of professional backgrounds. Scholarships are awarded by the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission and cover all fees and an annual grant for travel and books.

The MSc. in Dementia Studies supports students to develop an advanced understanding of multidisciplinary perspectives about dementia and approaches to dementia care and seeks to produce leaders of change in the dementia field. Current students includes a wide spectrum of health and social work professionals as well as architects, lawyers and family carers. You can find out more about the course here: https://www.stir.ac.uk/postgraduate/programme-information/prospectus/applied-social-science/dementia-studies/.

Calcutta Metropolitan Institute of Gerontology (CMIG) acts as host for annual introductory session in August at Kolkata & virtual introductory session in January. CMIG also provides ongoing pastoral & general academic support for the students on a responsive basis.

For more information, please contact louise.mccabe@stir.ac.uk or sumanta1702@gmail.com, else call on +91 90070 14145.

First batch of MSc. in Dementia studies has commenced from September 2014.

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