Masters and PhD AHRC studentships are available at the New London Graduate School consortium (the universities of East London, Greenwich, London South Bank and Middlesex), offering a fully-funded AHRC PhD studentship in Cultural Studies for start in September 2013.
The deadline for application is the 15th March 2013 and PhD interviews are currently scheduled to be held the week of 22nd April 2013. AHRC scholarship funding begins on 1st October each year.
Applicants must have an offer of a place on a relevant programme from a university of the NLGS consortium before they can be considered for an award.
Please visit the NLGS website www.nlgs.ac.uk/prospective.htm for details on how to apply.
Note: Awards are open to UK and EU applicants. International applicants are not eligible for AHRC funding. The type of AHRC scholarship awarded is based on an applicant’s residency status. UK applicants and EU applicants who have been resident in the UK for at least 3 years immediately preceding the start of their course are eligible for the full scholarship. This pays:
- the standard UK/EU tuition fees
- an annual, tax-free maintenance stipend at the standard UK research rate
- Doctoral students are entitled to apply for additional funds to support fieldwork and conference attendance.
EU applicants who have not been resident in the UK for 3 years immediately preceding the start of their course are eligible for a fees-only award, paying the standard UK/EU tuition fees only.
Awards for doctoral study are tenable for a maximum of three years full-time and five years part-time subject to satisfactory progress. Awards for Masters study are tenable for between 9-12 months full-time and 12-24 months part-time.
Eligibility is determined the AHRC’s eligibility criteria as set out in their ‚Postgraduate Studentships: Guide to Student Eligibility. Applicants should review the AHRC guidance in the first instance, which can be found at: