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The David Tebbutt Scholarship

City, University of London, and Faber & Faber are pleased to announce a scholarship, in memory of the late David Tebbutt, Finance Director of Faber & Faber from 2002 until his untimely death in September 2011.

‘The David Tebbutt Scholarship’ will be awarded to one student annually starting in 2019 to cover the full fees for full-time study on one of the following City MA programmes:

  • The MA in Publishing
  • The MA in International Publishing
  • The MA in Creative Writing & Publishing

The scholarship is funded by the David Tebbutt Trust, and is administered jointly by Faber & Faber and the Tebbutt family. The goal of the scholarship is to support students seeking to start a career in the publishing industry by furthering their education at City.

Alongside the financial award the scholarship also comes with a placement to work at Faber & Faber in its London offices.

Applicants to the scholarship must be in receipt of an offer of a place on the MA in Publishing, the MA in International Publishing or the MA in Creative Writing and Publishing from City, University of London. The scholarship is open to UK and EU applicants.

For more information about the scholarship and details on how to apply, please contact the Programme Director for the MA Publishing at City, Dr Patrick Brindle on patrick.brindle.2@city.ac.uk

To apply:

For more information about the scholarship and details on how to apply, please contact the Programme Director for the MA Publishing at City, Dr Patrick Brindle on patrick.brindle.2@city.ac.uk

If you would like to apply to be considered for the scholarship, please email Dr Brindle a copy of your CV, a covering letter explaining why you would be a good and deserving candidate for the scholarship, and a 500 word review of a Faber book by 7th May at the latest.