31. Mai 2010

10 and 7 PhD Studentships "History"

University of Hull

Institution:

University of Hull, Hull/GB

Datum:

01.10.2010-30.09.2013

Bewerbungsschluss:

31.05.2010

The Department of History at the University of Hull welcomes applications under the current PhD Studentship Scheme operated through the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. There are ten full-time doctoral studentships available for UK and EU applicants and seven bursaries for international applicants from outside UK and EU.

The home/EU studentships provide £13,490 a year for three years, depending on satisfactory progress. Funding for conference attendance will also be available. The international bursaries will cover full tuition fees for full-time overseas students for three years subject to satisfactory progress.

Further details are available at www2.hullac.uk/pg/phd.aspx

Applications will be judged competitively within the Faculty, and the Department of History welcomes applications in any field of its research interests (for more information see: www2.hull.ac.uk/fass/history__hull/research.aspx).

For further information on this and the Department’s postgraduate programmes please contact the postgraduate co-ordinator, Dr Julian Haseldine (j.p.haseldine@hull.ac.uk), or the co-ordinator of the MA in Early Modern History, Dr Thomas Biskup (t.biskup@hull.ac.uk).

For the first step of the application process, only a CV and short project outline will be required. For details see: www2.hull.ac.uk/fass/fass/students/postgraduates/phd-studentships.aspx

The closing date for applications is 31 May 2010.

Kontakt:

Dr Thomas Biskup
University of Hull
Department of History
Hull HU6 7RX
Phone: +44-(0)1482-465178

URL:

http://www2.hull.ac.uk/fass/history__hull/research.aspx

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