Archaeology, Celtic and Gaelic, Classics, History, History of Art [including: Textiles], Philosophy and Theology and Religious Studies
The University of Glasgow is in the top 1% of the world's universities and the College of Arts has one of the largest and most diverse subject offerings in the UK.
Awards: The Graduate School of the College of Arts is pleased to announce up to 9 new College Internship Scholarships for PhD students registering in 2012/13, providing a fee waiver at Home/EU rate and a £6000internship stipend per annum.
- The Scholarship covers the payment of annual fees directly to the University, at the Home/EU rate, up to three years full-time, pro rata (5 years) part time.
- The Scholarship provides an internship bursary of £6,000 per annum, up to three years full time, pro rata (5 years) part time.
Eligibility: The College Internship Scholarships are for Home/EU/ International students commencing PhD study in the College of Arts in 2012/13. International applicants should note that the fee waiver is for the Home/EU rate (£3,828 per annum in 2012/13). The international fee for PhD study is £12,250 per annum.
In order to be considered for a College Internship Scholarship you must have been offered a place on a PhD programme within the College of Arts, and must be commencing study in 2012/13. Students commencing other programmes of research (e.g. MRes, MLitt, MPhil) are not eligible.
You must not be holding another full Scholarship for the 2012/13 academic session, but those in receipt of partial scholarships may apply.
Applying: All students commencing PhD study in 2012/13 wishing to be considered for an Internship Scholarship should read the Internship information before completing an Internship Scholarship application form.
The Internship Scholarship form, with full instructions, can be found here:
Students commencing study in 2012/13, who have already submitted an application for AHRC and/or Scholarships, may wish to submit an additional application to this new scheme.
Applications are ranked by School committees and then considered by the College Scholarships Committee.
Internships: The College of Arts operates 3 different doctoral internship scholarship schemes: College Teaching Internship Scholarship, College Research Internship Scholarship and College Administration Internship Scholarship. Students awarded an Internship Scholarship are expected to undertake an average of 3 hours work experience per week. Over the life time of their award, students may be asked to occupy different internship schemes.
For more information on how to apply please visit our graduate school web pages: www.glasgow.ac.uk/colleges/arts/graduateschool/funding/collegeinternshipscholarships201213
If you have any questions, please contact us on the email address below.