Deadline: 2015-02-26
Value of Scholarship: Fees + maintenance (£9,681 in 2014/15) for one year
Level Of Study: Masters

MA in Historical Research

As part of the AHRC funded Heritage Consortium, the University of Hull is offering one fully-funded place on the MA in Historical Research for a UK/EU fees status applicant.

Closing date: – 5pm Thursday 26th February 2015.

Studentships will start on 28th September 2015

For further information and an informal discussion contact:

Programme Leader: Dr Catherine Baker, 01482 465913, Department of History

The MA in Historical Research is designed to offer a grounding in historical research and either to prepare you for higher study at PhD level or – if taken as a stand-alone qualification – to cultivate transferable skills for employment in a range of related careers such as archives and libraries, teaching and research work. Past students have entered the wide range of careers open to arts and humanities graduates.

Students can choose to investigate any period or area of history for which the department can offer supervision and each has a personal research supervisor. The core module offers training in the fundamental skills and the theoretical basis of historical research work, and directly supports the dissertation. You can choose from a range of options. You can take modules that offer training in specific research skills, such as palaeography or languages, or you can pursue further study in your chosen historical period.

To apply for this post please click on the Apply button below.

In order to qualify for this scholarship you will require an undergraduate degree with at least a 2.1, or equivalent in a relevant subject.

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This full-time UK/EU PhD Scholarship will include fees at the ‘home/EU’ student rate and maintenance (£9,681 in 2014/15) for one year.

Successful applicants will be informed of the award as soon as possible and by 17th April 2015 at the latest.

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