College of Arts and Law Doctoral Scholarships

Level of Study: Doctoral research
Subject area: Arts and Law, African Studies, American and Canadian Studies, Antiquity, Archaeology, Classics and Ancient History, Drama and Theatre Arts, English Language and Linguistics, English Literature, History, History of Art, Law, Modern Languages and Cultures, Music, Philosophy, Theology and Religion
Nationality: EU, Overseas (Non-EU), UK
Type of Award: University
Deadline for applying: 18/03/2016

Award Description

In addition to AHRC funding provided through the AHRC Midlands3Cities consortium, the College of Arts and Law offers a number of scholarships for full-time UK, EU and international research students. These awards cover tuition fees for up to three years of PhD research, and additional funding for living expenses may be available to those who undertake teaching within the College, although this cannot be guaranteed. 

Applications are welcome from students wishing to study any discipline covered within the College's five schools:

Value of Award

These awards cover tuition fees for three years full-time, or six years part-time. 

The awards also include £11,000 support per year towards living expenses for full-time applicants, adjusted pro-rata for part-time applicants. 

Eligibility Criteria

These awards are open to students worldwide for full- and part-time, campus-based doctoral research in the College of Arts and Law.

Applications are also open to current students.

Note: If you apply for these scholarships, you will also be considered for additional awards for Music and for the Stanley Ray scholarships.

How to Apply

Applicants who have already applied for AHRC funding through the Midlands3Cities consortium will automatically be considered for one of these College awards, without submitting a separate application. 

Application Form

Reference Form