ACE Master’s Scholarship
One ACE Master’s scholarship is available annually to support a student from a newer EU country applying to the Institute of Archaeology to study on a technical or applied Master’s course.
This scholarship is funded by the British charitable trust, The Association for Cultural Exchange, an educational charity which has been a pioneer of adult and continuing education and is a leading provider of study tours in the UK. The Association is a keen supporter of archaeology reseach and seeks to encourage the exchange of ideas amongst people from diverse cultures.
- Czech Republic
- Be nationals of one of the countries listed above
- Hold an offer of admission to a one year full-time technical or applied Master’s programme at the Institute of Archaeology, starting the following year
The scholarship is award on the basis of academic ability and potential and financial need.
Value: Benefits and Duration
The scholarship consists of a one off payment of £8,000 and is tenable for 1 year
N.B. It is a condition of the grant that The Association for Cultural Exchange receives a short report from the student regarding their studies at the Institute, together with a copy of any relevant publications, such as a dissertation.
Nominations Deadline and Procedure
Candidates who wish to be considered for this scholarship should complete an ACE Scholarship application form available from the Department. Candidates are then nominated by the Institute of Archaeology and the final award made by the Trustees of The Association for Cultural Exchange. The deadline for applications is 1 st April.
Notification of Results
The successful candidate will be notified by the Institute of Archaeology by early August.
For further information and ACE Scholarship application forms contact Lisa Daniel, Graduate Programmes Administrator, Institute of Archaeology.