The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is pleased to offer a number of research scholarships to outstanding UK and International applicants who have applied to undertake a degree study within the Faculty.
The value of the Faculty Scholarships is the cost of the tuition fee plus a maintenance award as set by the UKRI minimum award, currently £17,688 per year, for up to 3 years. This award is subject to satisfactory progress on your programme, and is pro-rata for part-time programmes.
Application Deadline: Tuesday 21st March 2023, 17:00 GMT
Eligible Countries: International
Number of Scholarship: Not Mentioned
Value of Award: Cost of tuition fee plus a maintenance award equal to the UKRI minimum award, currently £17,688.
Eligible Field of Studies: Architecture | Art | Creative Writing | Criminology | Design | Educational Research | English Language | English Literature | Environment, Culture & Society | Languages & Cultures | Film | Gender Studies | History | Law | Linguistics | Media & Cultural Studies | Philosophy | Politics | Religious Studies | Social Anthropology | Social Work | Sociology | Theatre Studies
Eligibility: Applicants must already hold an offer of a place to study a postgraduate doctoral programme in any department in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences before applying for a scholarship, and be due to commence their studies during the 2023-24 academic year. We warmly welcome applications from students in all diversity groups. Two of the scholarships are reserved for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) applicants from the UK.
How to Apply: If you wish to be considered for a scholarship, please complete the Faculty Doctoral Scholarship application form, and send it to the relevant departmental contact by Tuesday 21 March 2023, 17:00 (GMT).
- Politics/Philosophy/Religion (PPR) PPR Postgraduate Office: [email protected]
- English & Creative Writing Kelly Camm: [email protected]
- Languages & Cultures Jennifer Hughes: [email protected]
- Linguistics & English Language PhD by research: Peter Davies: [email protected], PhD by thesis and coursework: Elaine Heron: [email protected]
- Sociology [email protected]
- History Rebecca Sheppard: [email protected]
- LICA Angie Stead: [email protected]
- Educational Research Alison Sedgwick: [email protected]
- Law Shana Henriques: [email protected]