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Mental Health Economics Scholarship Competition

About the award

Level: Masters
Course: MSc Mental Health Economics
Country: All
Value: UK winner: £14,250 International winner: £24,500
No. of awards: 2
Deadline: 23 June 2023 at 5pm (BST)

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Eligibility: The competition is open to individuals who directly work in mental health or for an organisation that is professionally engaged in the field of mental health. This competition does not require participants to apply for a place on the MSc programme before entering, but they are expected to verify that they qualify for entry. To find the complete entry requirements for the MSc Mental Health Economics programme, please visit the programme page. A complete application to study full-time on the MSc Mental Health Economics will need to be received by Friday 1 September 2023.

Applications open: 9 February 2023

Applications close: 5pm (BST), 23 June 2023. All entries received by the deadline will be shortlisted and contacted regarding the status of their application, those received after the deadline will not be considered. Winners are expected to be announced by Friday 7 July 2023.

Essay: as part of the application process for the MSc Mental Health Economics scholarship competition, an essay responding to the below question is required. Essays should be up to 800 words. Participants should support their arguments not only with data, research, and other evidence but also with their own experiences. If you have any issues with the form, please contact

Essay question: What can an economics approach contribute to the study of mental health and/or the design of mental health policy?

Apply via the online form located here.

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