The University of Glasgow is happy to be a member of the Scottish Graduate School for Arts and Humanities Doctoral Training Partnership, which provides scholarships to meritorious students each year. Each year, eligible individuals who apply for a doctoral program at their selected institution are considered for these scholarships. Each institution will submit a number of applications to the Scottish Graduate School for the Arts and Humanities (SGSAH), which will determine the ultimate award decisions for the consortium..
The consortium is made up of ten Higher Education institutions that receive money from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) each year to support postgraduate studentships and training in the arts and humanities throughout Scotland. The University of Glasgow will examine applications for doctoral studentship awards in the majority of Arts and Humanities topics for the 2024 academic year through the Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) scheme.
The AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership Scotland provides funding for doctoral research and training in a variety of Arts and Humanities disciplines and subject areas. The following programs are eligible for the 2024 academic year:
- The School of Culture & Creative Arts: Cultural Policy, Film & TV Studies, History of Art; Music, Theatre Studies.
- The School of Critical Studies: Creative Writing, English Language and Linguistics, English Literature, Scottish Literature, Theology.
- The School of Humanities: Archaeology, Celtic & Gaelic Studies, Classics; History, Information Studies, Philosophy.
- The School of Modern Languages & Cultures: Comparative Literature; Translation Studies; Modern Languages.
- The School of Geography and Earth Sciences: Human Geography.
- The School of Law: Law and Legal Studies.
- The School of Interdisciplinary Studies: Interdisciplinary Studies.
Successful applicants will receive the following benefits
- You will receive full coverage for Tuition fees for the entire duration of Program.
- Selected applicants will also receive annual stipend at UKRI rate
The eligibility conditions for the scholarship at the university of Glasgow are as below
- applicants are UK students, EU students and international students from all over the world.
- All applicants must be nominated by their respective faculties at the university of Glasgow
- In order to be nominated for an AHRC Scholarship, you must hold an unconditional or conditional offer of a place on a College of Arts PhD degree programme at the university Glasgow in Scotland
- Although applicants are not required to hold the admissions offer prior to the Scholarship application deadline of December 4, 2023, they must have already filed their admissions applications using the online admissions system.
- You must not not be holding another full Scholarship for the same academic year at the university of Glasgow.
- Applicants holding a partial scholarship say fees only or stipend only may still be considered.
In order to submit your application, you are advised to follow the steps below. The deadline for application is December 4, 2023.
- You must apply for a place on the relevant doctoral programme using the online admissions system. Please make sure that you submitting the application by the Scholarship deadline.
- Along with the application form, all applicants will be required to upload all supporting documentation to their application:
- You degree certificates and transcripts
- You must submit references to support your application
- Proof of English language proficiency in form of a IELTS certificate
- Applicants must then contact a potential Supervisor and discuss with them a research proposal.
- After submitting your admissions application, you must subsequently complete the Scholarship Application Form and electronically deliver it to the applicable School contact by December 4, 2023. Remember to include all necessary supporting documentation.
Deadline: December 4, 2023
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