The research areas of this scholarship are: Not provided
Who can apply to this scholarship? Applicants should hold a Master’s degree in a subject that’s relevant to the Medical Humanities.
· application must be sponsored by a senior member of the department, unit or institute, or a Medical Humanities grant holder (current or former), who would supervise you if an award is made.
· Applications will not be considered from those who have already received support for their doctoral studies from another funding body or who are already registered for a research degree.
· Unsuccessful applicants will normally not be allowed to resubmit in a subsequent year.
· Prospective applicants should note that only a very small number of doctoral studentships are awarded each year and that competition for them is intense.
Benefits of the scholarship: Support is provided for up to three years, and includes: -the student’s stipend -a set amount to cover conference travel, research expenses and, where justified, the cost of overseas fieldwork -all compulsory university and college fees at the UK/Irish home postgraduate student level. -Institutions sponsoring candidates are expected to provide laptops and PCs as part of their postgraduate research-training infrastructure. -All students receiving a three-year award are expected to complete their writing-up and submit their theses in the final year of Trust support.
More information about the fellowship:
Duration: Studentship is offered for up to three years.
Number of scholarships: Very small numbers of Doctoral Studentships are awarded each year.