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- 10 graduate studentships worth £5000 each available
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Scholarships & Funding
Faculty Institute of Graduate Studies (FIGS) online
Visit the FIGS website for information about funding for graduate research activities.
Inaugural Lecture Series
10 graduate studentships worth £5000 each available
2 January 2013
The Faculty Institute of Graduate Studies (FIGS) is offering Postgraduate Research Studentships on the basis of academic excellence.
Applications are open to students pursuing, or intending to pursue, a research degree in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
Of the ten graduate studentships, each worth £5000, at least five will be awarded to students starting their PhD in September 2013.
- Departments are free to supplement the studentships from their own funds, if they wish
- The award may not be held jointly with an AHRC studentship or a full UCL postgraduate studentship
- Only candidates who have accepted a formal offer from UCL Admissions will be considered
- The committee will make its decision in late spring and Departments will promptly notify successful candidates.
Candidates wishing to be considered for the studentships should inform the Graduate Tutor of the relevant Department by the deadline (Wednesday 27 March 2013).