Two full UK/ EU studentships available for UCL MA
programmes in the Centre for Intercultural Studies and Centre for European
comprise the full £8,250 EU/UK MA fee, plus a stipend of £11,940. Applicants
must have applied for their particular MA by February 8th 2013.
Applications are open to students pursuing, or intending to pursue, a research degree in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
- AHRC Awards
The Film Studies programme has an allocation of one doctoral (for Film and Digital Media Production) and one master's studentships for 2011-12. Application deadline is February 1st 2012 and shortlisted candidates will be invited to interview during the week 19-23 March. Only candidates who have already been offered a place on the programme will be considered for an award. If candidates wish to be considered for AHRC funding they are requested to indicate this on their application form when applying for a place at UCL. For details about eligibility please consult the AHRC website at http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/Pages/default.aspx. For details of the Documentary Track PhD at UCL see http://www.ucl.ac.uk/cics/documentary-track-phd
UCL GRS/ORS scholarships: UCL provides up to 15 UCL Graduate Research Scholarships (GRS), available annually to prospective and current UCL MPhil/PhD and EngD students from any country. In addition it offers c. 40 UCL Overseas Research Scholarships annually, which are available to overseas MPhil/PhD students and will cover the difference between the overseas and the current UK/EU tuition fees. UCL will cover the UK/EU fee element for UCL-ORS recipients who do not have any other fee funding.
Interested students should submit their scholarship applications to Lee Grieveson, Chair of the Centre for Intercultural Studies, c/o Department of English, UCL by Friday 10th February.
information as well as the downloadable application form and guidance for
referees are available from the relevant weblinks (GRS, ORS) at http://www.grad.ucl.ac.uk/funds/.
- Wolfson Postgraduate Scholarships in the Humanities
Applications are invited for three 3-year research studentships in the humanities, funded by the Wolfson Foundation. The studentships will normally cover fees (at the UK/EU level) and include a maintenance stipend of £19,370 p.a. and an element for research and training costs.
Applications will be considered for students interested in undertaking doctoral research in the disciplines of history, literature and languages. One studentship will be available in each discipline. Applicants should have an outstanding academic record, usually a first class honours degree at undergraduate level and a Master’s degree from a recognised university in a cognate field of study to their proposed doctoral research.
Applicants must submit an application for a research degree to one of the participating departments in the Faculties of Arts and Humanities or Social and Historical Sciences. Applications must be submitted by Wednesday 1 February 2012. Applicants must also write to the postgraduate admissions tutor of the relevant department indicating that they wish to be considered for a Wolfson Postgraduate Scholarship.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to interview in the second half of March.
For specific enquiries about these scholarships, please contact
Dr Stephanie Bird, Faculty Graduate Tutor, Arts and Humanities, (firstname.lastname@example.org, tel +44 20 7679 3104)
Dr Tom Gretton, Graduate Tutor, Social and Historical Sciences, (email@example.com, tel +44 20 3108 4021)
Dr Susan Morrissey, Head of Postgraduate Research, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, (firstname.lastname@example.org, tel +44 20 7679 8760)