Germanic Friends Studentship(s)
Applications are invited from well-qualified candidates with a good honours degree in German (Upper Second or First) for up to two Research Studentships made available by the Friends of Germanic Studies at the IGRS. The Studentships are designed to support research in any field of German studies.
The studentship(s) provide the successful applicant(s) with a fee waiver equivalent to up to 100% of the full-time or part-time Home/EU tuition fee, and are tenable for three years (full-time) or five years (part-time), beginning in October 2013. The successful candidate(s) will register at the Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies for the PhD/MPhil degree of the University of London.
The deadline for applications for the academic year 2013-2014 will be 1 July 2013.
Martin Miller and Hannah Norbert-Miller Bursary
The bursary is aimed at suitably-qualified graduates who wish to focus their research on German-speaking exile in the UK. A working knowledge of German is required. Candidates, who will register at the Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies for the PhD/MPhil degree of the University of London, will be able to draw on the expertise of the Institute's Research Centre for German and Austrian Exile Studies.
The current holder of the award, Jana Burešová, is conducting her PhD research entitled 'The Dynamics of Forced Female Migration from Czechoslovakia to Britain, 1938-1950'.
Angela Krosik Bursary
The award is made available by the Anglo-Austrian Society from the Angela Krosik Bequest and the current awardee, Bianca Zaininger, investigates ‘the interrelationship between Austrian and British youth culture from 1960 to 1990’ in her PhD research .
The award is for doctoral research on an Austrian topic.
For information on the Anglo-Austrian Society, see http://www.angloaustrian.org.uk/
Arts and Humanities Research Council Studentships
The School made available a number of studentships for both research (MPhil/PhD/doctoral) and Master's degrees under the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Block Grant Partnerships (BGP) scheme.
In 2012, the School offered a number of research studentships and one Master’s degree studentship under the AHRC BGP awards scheme to Home/EU students, both full- and part-time, registered at one of the institutes of the School commencing in October 2012 from the following subject areas:
- Cultural Studies
- European Language and Culture
- History of Art
- Law (within the subject area boundaries of the AHRC)
For further information please click here.
School of Advanced Study Doctoral Studentships
The School offered up to two studentships for research (i.e. doctoral) study covering tuition fees and a maintenance grant, awarded on a competitive basis to students registered at one of our institutes, to commence in October 2012.