UCL Qatar News
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- Fellowships for Syrian Graduate Students
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- UCL Alumni Reception in Doha
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- Director discusses relationship between the UCL Institute of Archaeology and Qatar
- Director to feature in CNN's Future Cities programme
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- UCL Qatar signs Memorandum of Understanding with ICCROM
- Petrie Museum delegation visits UCL Qatar
- Dr Robert Carter addresses Qatar Natural History Group
- UCL visits Egypt
- UCL visits Jordan
- Setting up an International Exhibition short course held for QMA staff
- Climate Change and its Impact on Preservation Management of Archaeological Sites
- UCL at Qatar Career Fair
- UCL Qatar Launches Public Lecture Series
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- Application Deadline
- Dr Jane Humphris: An update from Sudan
- UCL Qatar Lecture Series continues with second Instalment
- ATHAR Programme - Management and Conservation of Cultural Heritage: Sites and Museum Collections
- UCL Qatar wins Prestigious Grants from Qatar National Research Fund
- UCL Alumni Activity in Qatar
- UCL Qatar Welcomes First Student Intake
- Autumn 2012 Short Courses Programme Announced
- Public Lecture Series Resumes
- UCL Qatar hosts leading Chinese and UK archaeologists
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- Provost Hosts Reception at UCL Qatar
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- Workshop to explore Doha's historic urban heritage
- Packed audience for Lecture on Doha's living heritage
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- Syrian Civilisation under the Islamic Dynasties: Art, Architecture and Archaeology
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Fellowships for Syrian Graduate Students
13 February 2013
UCL Qatar has partnered with Syrian organisation Jusoor to support the education of Syrian students at PhD and Master's level, in the fields of cultural heritage and archaeology.
UCL Qatar Fellowship for Visiting PhD Students
Two 3-month funded visiting opportunities for existing Syrian PhD students, open with immediate effect.
Applications should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org with
a brief (two page maximum) statement in English summarising the current
research topic, current host institution and supervisor name, the
circumstances that require the student to seek this opportunity, and
their expected support from the university.
UCL Qatar – Master’s programmes in Archaeology, Conservation and Museum Studies for August 2013 entry
Must apply online - UCL
Qatar offers three Master’s programmes, taught in English in Qatar with
degree certificates awarded from the London campus: MA Archaeology of
the Arab and Islamic World (full-time 2 years), MSc Conservation Studies
(full-time 2 years), and MA Museum and Gallery Practice (full-time 1
Syrian candidates who meet the academic entry requirements and who are offered admission to their chosen degree programme will be carefully considered for the award of funding and scholarships. Candidates must submit their application by 31 May 2013. Queries may be addressed to email@example.com
Learn more about Jusoor.
UCL Qatar, PO Box 23689, 2nd Floor, Georgetown Building, Hamad bin Khalifa University, Doha,
Qatar. Telephone: +974 4457 8680.