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Library and Information Management introduces you to the world of information, in all forms, from digital to analogue across every sector. This CILIP accredited programme is your passport to a career in the information profession.
Recognised and approved by the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP), this route prepares graduates of all disciplines for a career in the modern information society and its industries.
The taught element is equivalent to a postgraduate diploma, and as a professional qualification enables progression to chartership in your first professional post. Your study will focus on the principles for the organisation, retrieval and accessibility of information and on the strategic management of information organisations, such as libraries, the
You will normally have a 2:1 UK undergraduate honours degree (or international or professional equivalent) in any discipline.
Overseas applicants will require IELTS with an overall score of 6.5 with no less than 5.5 in any category, or an equivalent accepted English qualification.
Manchester Metropolitan University offers a wide variety of courses and professional accreditations to ensure that students learning can be applied to their chosen career. We have community of over 38,000 current undergraduate and postgraduate students and more than 290,000 alumni. We have 5 different faculties: Business and Law; Arts and Humanities; Education, Science and Engineering and Health, Psychology and Social Care.
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The Jean Rich Foundation of Canada kindly offers the Colwyn and Jean Rich Scholarship to support one UK student studying full time on the MA Library and Information Management programme.
The Scholarship has a value of 6,000 Canadian dollars and is intended for an applicant of academic merit who has the commitment to complete the programme of study and who is in need of financial support. The Foundation has stipulated that it wishes to award the Scholarship to a UK national and has also indicated its preference for supporting those candidates who can demonstrate their previous and/or potential social contribution to the community.
6,000 Canadian Dollars
All candidates wishing to be considered for the award of this Scholarship must have accepted a place on the postgraduate programme. Your application should take the form of a statement that explains why you believe that you would be a worthy recipient of the award. In addition to your financial need and demonstrating your interest in the library and information profession, you should also highlight any outstanding academic achievements and contributions to the community.
All completed letters of application should be emailed with subject 'JR-SCHOLARSHIP' to firstname.lastname@example.org (Dr Geoff Walton) by 5pm on 31st August 2019.
The successful candidate will be notified of the Jean Rich Scholarship Awarding Panel’s decision in September. The Awarding Panel’s decision is final.
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