Published: Oct 16, 2014 12:12:52 PM
This talk will explore Francis Galton's use of biography; it will account for his use of biographical dictionaries as the basis for his early work in eugenics, including his own attempts to institute a so-called 'Golden Book of Thriving Families' as foundational work for early British sociology. More...
Starts: Dec 2, 2014 5:30:00 PM
Funding, Studentships & Prizes
The links below provide information from the central UCL webpages for UK, EU and overseas Master's and research students, including further details on the scholarships, awards and bursaries which are available.
CMII offers several funding opportunities for research students, the most important of which are listed below. Its funding panel will only consider your application for these scholarships if you have already completed the UCL procedure for admission as a postgraduate research student. The procedure can take up to four weeks. Applicants should ensure that they leave time for referees to submit their references.
The AHRC-funded London Arts & Humanities Doctoral Training Partnership (LAHP) is pleased to announce it will be awarding up to 80 studentships for postgraduate research students studying arts and humanities disciplines at King’s College London, School of Advanced Study or University College London in 2015-16. Under the scheme it is possible for research students to have their two supervisors in different LAHP institutions.
These studentships, which normally cover fees and maintenance allowance (stipend), are available to UK and EU students.
Candidates should be aware that the LAHP studentship competition is a twin-track process, and they will need to apply
a. for a place of study on their chosen PhD programme at one of the LAHP partner institutions, and
b. to LAHP for a studentship
LAHP studentship competition will open for applications on 1st December 2014 and close on 30 January 2015. Entrants are strongly encouraged to submit their applications for a
place to study on their chosen PhD programme by 16 January -
that is, two weeks ahead of the 30 January LAHP deadline.
Graduate Research Scholarships/Overseas Research Scholarships (GRS/ORS)
The Graduate Research Scholarships/Overseas Research Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence and research potential Financial circumstances are not taken into account.
The Department will inform nominated candidates on 31 January 2015; if you have not heard from us by this time, your application will not have been nominated to the Faculty and you should consider your application for the GRS/ORS Scholarship unsuccessful.
Funding Application Deadline: Students must have a completed PhD application, and have submitted the GRS/ORS application form to Joe Tilley no later than 5pm on 17/01/15.
The Wolfson Scholarships will be awarded to outstanding students who demonstrate the potential to make an impact on their chosen field. Wolfson Scholarships will be awarded solely on academic merit. Ideally, the successful students would aspire to an academic career.
The successful recipients will receive a total of £82,998 (£27,666 each year for three years) to cover fees and to provide a stipend and research allowance.
The Department will inform nominated candidates on 31 January 2015; if you have not heard from us by this time, your application will not have been nominated to the Faculty and you should consider your application for the Wolfson Scholarship unsuccessful.
Funding Application Deadline: Students must have a completed PhD application, a letter of recommendation from a supervisor. Students must inform Joe Tilley of their wish to be considered, and submit a separate, 1000 word research proposal, by 5pm on 17/01/15.
Studentships in Russian, Slavonic and East European Languages and Culture
Students planning comparative research that includes a focus on Russian, Central and East European languages and culture are encouraged to explore this funding opportunity.
Applicants for a CEELBAS Studentship must have already received an offer of a place at the university.
Funding Application Deadline. 02/03/15
Trudeau Foundation Scholarships
The Pierre Elliot Trudeau Foundation provides up to 15 scholarships annually to prospective and current MPhil/PhD students to the value of $60,000 per scholar for up to four years.
Applicants must be Canadian citizens or landed immigrants pursuing full-time
doctoral studies in Canada or foreign institutions. Candidates will be
considered by the Foundation only if they have been nominated by a university.
Funding Application Deadline: 28/11/14
- Read more about the application process and download the application form for the Trudeau Foundation Scholarships.
UCL & I.B. Tauris Publishing Competition
Students with an approved PhD dissertation in Arts & Humanities, Social & Historical Sciences and the Bartlett School of Architecture at UCL are invited to compete for the chance to work with the Visual Culture and Philosophy editor at I.B. Tauris on presenting their work for publication in book form.
MA Dissertation Prize in Comparative Cultural Enquiry
This prize is offered to the best MA dissertation each year in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities on a comparative topic.
UCL European Institute - Small Grants Scheme
UCL invites proposals from groups of at least two students, who aim to
develop new research output, or seek to raise the profile and impact of their
research. Proposed projects may be formulated in response to current affairs or
address long-standing research questions. Collaboration between students based
in different UCL departments is particularly encouraged. Funding of up to £1000
plus some administrative assistance is available per project.