Dr. Sabine Hyland, our colleague and friend at St. Norbert College in De Pere recently accepted an offer from St. Andrews. Now you can join her!
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR PHD ENTRY IN SEPTEMBER 2013.
1] One three-year full studentship (equivalent to the ESRC fees and maintenance grant for UK/EU students; overseas fees may also be covered).
2] Two three-year home fees waiver scholarships (the awards are equivalent to the domestic/EU fee payment).
3] Eligibility for ESRC doctoral studentships in social anthropology- Social Anthropology is one of the research training pathways that forms part of the ESRC Scottish Doctoral Training Centre. ESRC 1+3 and +3 studentships in Social Anthropology are available at the Department of Social Anthropology at the University of St Andrews
The department scholarships will be awarded in late March 2013 to PhD applicants with outstanding research potential, to enable them to begin their research in Social Anthropology at St Andrews from September 2013 [those eligible for ESRC studentships will need to register, with department approval, by mid February]. We especially invite applicants whose area of interest relates to the department and its research centres.”
To be eligible prospective students must have been offered a place on the PhD programme. Applications forms can be found at:
Further questions can be posted to the postgraduate convener, Dr Adam Reed, firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for Department scholarships: 30th March 2013.