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Momigliano Scholarship in Arts

Founded in 1989 to commemorate the work of Arnaldo Momigliano, KBE, FBA, Professor of Ancient History at University College London 1951-75 by his daughter, Professor Laura Lepschy and instituted expressly for students of the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa.

1. A Scholarship, open only to students of the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa known as the Momigliano Scholarship in Arts, may be awarded when there is a vacancy.

2. The Scholarship is awarded by the Council on the recommendation of the Arnaldo Momigliano Advisory Committee, on the basis of degrees, publications and programme of research of the candidates.

3. The members of the Advisory Committee shall be the Head of the Department of Italian, the Dean to Arts and Humanities students and the Head(s) of the Department(s) relevant to the studies desired by the candidate(s) under consideration.

4. The Scholarship is awarded for a programme of study and research for a period of two calendar years in any Department of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, with the proviso that, on alternative occasions, the Committee will give preference to the field of the Ancient World Studies, if a worthy candidate is nominated.

5. The value of the Scholarship is determined by the Advisory Committee and will normally be £17,000 per year.

6.  Payment of the Scholarship shall be made in four quarterly instalments, i.e., in October, January, April and June.

7. Nominations for the award of the Scholarship must be sent by the authorities of the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa to the Registrar of University College London by 1 May.

8. The successful applicant will be required to formally apply to University College London as an Affiliate student. Admission will be subject to UCL’s general conditions of entry.

9. The successful applicant may begin his/her programme of study at any time in the academic session as agreed by the Head of Department in which he or she is to work.

10. The successful applicant will be required to undertake up to six hours of teaching per week for the Department of Italian (mainly “lettore” duties), the recompense for which will be a waiver of the student registration and tuition fees.

11. Nominees normally should be graduate students but nominations will exceptionally be accepted in respect of undergraduate students.

12.  Awards are subject to the provision of the general regulations.

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