Deadline 31 March 2014.
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of East Anglia is pleased to announce the availability of 4 Home/EU MA funded studentships for entry in 2014/15. This funding is part of the University?s dedication to developing and enhancing postgraduate education in all disciplines of the Arts and Humanities.
All applicants will be assessed on the merit of their full application (which includes one academic reference).
For UK residents awards consist of fees (?6,000) and a tax-free maintenance grant equivalent to Arts and Humanities Research Council rates (currently ?9,585). For EU residents, awards are on a fees only basis (?6,000).
Making Your Application:
Applicants wishing to be considered for these scholarships should apply by 31 March 2014 and hold an offer by 9 April 2014 therefore early applications are recommended. Please apply via the University?s online application system.
To discuss the application process or particular scholarships, please contact the:?Admissions Office, email: [email protected] or telephone +44 (0)1603 591515.?
Art History and World Art Studies at the University of East Anglia
The?School of Art History and World Art Studies?is based in Norman Foster’s world-famous?Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, set next to woodland at the edge of the University of East Anglia campus. The School’s location means that our students work in unrivalled proximity to major, internationally-renowned works of art, by artists such asFrancis Bacon,?Edgar Degas,?Jacob Epstein,?Henry Moore?and?Pablo Picasso.
The School is a member of the Sainsbury Institute for Art.
Our students are able to study a wider range of artistic cultures, periods and forms than in any other art history department in the UK. The School is particularly renowned for its broad approach to art, encompassing ancient, medieval, Renaissance, modern and contemporary European art, American art, African art, Asian art and Pacific art. Staff, students and researchers in the School are interested in the history of art, as well as archaeology, anthropology, cultural heritage, and museum studies.