MA Studentships, Scholarships and Awards
PhD Studentships 2013-14
There are up to 33 doctoral studentships across the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at UEA available to PhD applicants for the academic year 2013/14. We welcome applications from international students for School and Faculty funding.
- Up to 7 doctoral studentships funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)
- Up to 20 doctoral studentships funded by the University
- Up to 6 doctoral studentships funded by individual Schools of study
For further details, please visit the research degree funding pages of the individual Schools of study:
How to Apply for PhD Studentships
- The deadline for applications to be considered for the above studentships is MONDAY 18 FEBRUARY 2013.
- To be considered for a studentship you do not need to make a separate application. Please indicate on your application for admission that you wish to be considered for a studentship.
- The Postgraduate Research Office administers applications for postgraduate research degrees in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
MA Studentships 2013-14
We are currently awaiting confirmation for Masters studentships funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. These will be announced in the January 2013. In 2012/13 Masters Studentships were offered to UK/EU residents in the following subjects:
Creative Writing: 1 Research Preparation Masters award (RPM)
Film Studies and Television Studies: 1 Research Preparation Masters award (RPM)
History: 1 Research Preparation Masters award (RPM)
History of Art, Architecture and Design: 1 Research Preparation Masters award (RPM)
Interpreting and Translation: 1 Professional Preparation Masters award (PPM)
Librarianship, Archives, Record Management and Information Science (MA in Film Archiving): 1 Professional Preparation Masters award (PPM)
Museum Studies and Cultural Heritage: 1 Professional Preparation Masters award (PPM)
For 2013/14 the Faculty is also pleased to offer a number of MA scholarships available to students from within or outside the EU in the following Schools of study:
How to Apply for MA Studentships and Scholarships
The Admissions Office administers applications for postgraduate taught degrees. To be considered, applications need to be received by 1 March 2013. If you are successful in your application to study at the University of East Anglia, and your application is considered strong enough to be considered for an AHRC or other award at UEA, the Admissions Office will provide forms and advice on application for these as part of the process.
The University provides over £1,000,000 of scholarships each year to support international students in their studies. The awards are made by individual Schools of study in the University. All international students (outside the European Union) are considered for a scholarship of between 10% and 20% of international tuition fees when applying for a taught postgraduate
course in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities (so NOT postgraduate research
programmes). In order to be considered for a UEA scholarship you do not need to make a separate application. Please indicate on your application for admission that you wish to be considered for a scholarship. It is important to make the application as early as possible because they are considered as they are received. So apply early to make sure of the best chance of success.
Scholarships are awarded to students on the basis of academic merit and are normally for the duration of the period of studies - 1 year for Master’s programmes. They are available from all Schools of study and across most courses of study. Students of outstanding academic ability will also be considered for Faculty Scholarship awards usually in March and May each year. These are highly competitive and prestigious awards worth up to 100% of the international tuition fees.
For further information about other University of East Anglia international awards have a look at UEA's International Office
website or email them at: email@example.com
Find out more about applying for a Postgraduate Taught Programme or a Postgraduate Research Degree