Stop Press: New AHRC Project PhD Studentship available The National Grid: an Environmental History
Deadline: 2 August 2013
There are up to 23 doctoral studentships available in the 2013/14 academic year:
- 2 Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Studentships - available to UK or EU PhD applicants to the School of History
- 1 School Studentship - available to any PhD applicant to the School
- 20 University Studentships - available to any PhD applicant to any of the faculty's schools of study admitting postgraduate research students
- Current PhD students in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities can also apply.
How much would the funding be?
- UK applicants - funding covers full course fees and maintenance payment
- EU applicants - funding covers full course fees only.
University and School Studentships:
- For UK and EU students funding includes a maintenance payment and covers full course fees
- For international students funding includes a maintenance payment and covers partial courses fees. Therefore international students must be able to pay the difference between UK/EU fees and international fees.
Maintenance payment is equivalent to AHRC rates. In 2012-13 maintenance was £13,590 per year for full-time students.
How can I apply?
- Your application for your PhD must be received by 18 February 2013 in order to be considered for a studentship
- You do not need to submit a separate application for studentships
- Current PhD students in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities must initially contact the School PGR Director to discuss their application.
How are studentships awarded?
- Studentships are awarded on academic merit and the overall strength of the application.
Decisions on the above studentships funding are expected to be made by the Faculty by 1 April 2013 and successful applicants will be advised by that date.
For more general enquiries, or for questions about the application process, please contact the UEA PGR Office:
Telephone: +44 (0)1603 591709