Apply for a Case Writing Scholarship

Inspiration and support for aspiring case writers

Are you a first-time case writer with some great ideas? If so, our Case Writing Scholarships offer a fantastic opportunity to start your case writing career with expert help and financial support.

Scholarship benefits

Your scholarship package will include financial support of £1,000 ($1,200, €1,150) and a free place on one of our expert-led case writing workshops – an invaluable opportunity to benefit from the knowledge and experience of an internationally respected case writer, and to share experiences and insights with fellow writers on the course. You will also receive professional feedback on the first draft of your case.

What they said…

Here’s how the scholarship has impacted on a number of our current recipients:

‘The scholarship provided me with the financial, professional and moral support
I needed to put pen to paper’
‘I have learnt new skills from other experienced researchers and academic writers’
‘The financial support allowed us to carry out multiple face-to-face interviews in
order to develop the case’

See the global impact of the scholarships in the infographic below.

Application process

You are welcome to apply for a Case Writing Scholarship if you are a first-time case writer and a faculty member or PhD student with teaching responsibilities. Teams of two or more unpublished writers can also apply. You can be from any organisation worldwide and people of all ages who are new to case writing are eligible.

2018 deadline dates

Please send in your application by one of the following dates: 15 January, 16 April, 7 August or 23 October.

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