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Faculty of Arts and Humanities Studentships

The School of Art, Media and American Studies is pleased to announce the availability of 1 Home/EU MA funded studentship for entry in 2017/18. Studentships are available as +1 (Master's only) or 1+3 (Master's and PhD). For UK residents awards consist of fees (£7,300) and a tax-free stipend of £9,681. For EU residents awards are on a fees only basis (£7,300).

All applicants will be assessed on the merit of their full application.

Applicants wishing to be considered for a 1+3 studentship (Master's and PhD) should apply for a place on both a Master's programme and a PhD programme in the Faculty and hold an offer on the MA programme by 11 January 2017. PhD offers will be considered subsequently.

Applicants wishing to be considered for a +1 studentship (Master's only) should apply for a place on the Master's programme by 31 March 2017. This funding is part of the University’s commitment to developing and enhancing postgraduate education in all disciplines of the Arts and Humanities.

Please note that priority will be given to 1+3 applications.


50% Final Year Undergraduate Continuation Scholarships

Just graduated with a 1st class degree? Congratulations! You can now progress onto a postgraduate course starting in September 2017 and receive UEA’s 50% fee reduction scholarship. Don’t worry if you didn’t gain a 1st class degree, as you’re still eligible for the brilliant 10% UEA Alumni Scholarship as a postgraduate, outlined below. Terms and conditions apply. 


UEA Alumni 10% Scholarships

We highly value our Alumni at UEA, so a 10% fee reduction scholarship is available to graduates looking to stay with us or return for postgraduate study in September 2017. We also offer subject specific scholarships tailored to your course. Follow the Faculty links below that interest you to find specific course funding opportunities. Terms and conditions apply.


The Lightfoot Marketing Scholarship in American Studies