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Fully-funded PhD Studentship - Heritage Consortium/NECAH at Bradford

No longer applicable

This scholarship is no longer available due to the deadline date passing or it was for a previous academic year.

The scholarship may be available in future academic years, but please note this may not always be the case.

This page remains online for information purposes only.

  • Study level: Postgraduate Research
  • Academic entry year: 2020/21
  • Apply by 25-Jun-2020
  • Attendance of study: full-time, part-time
  • Available to: prospective students
  • This scholarship or bursary is only available to one successful applicant.
  • Apply by 25-Jun-2020

The School of Archaeology and Forensic Sciences, University of Bradford invites high-quality proposals from applicants for a PhD studentship tenable for three years from either 1 October 2020 or 1 February 2021, in affiliation with the Heritage Consortium and North East Consortium for Arts and Humanities, at the University of Bradford.

All students will enrol on the University's research training modules and will take part in activities from the Consortium.

Applicable courses

Proposals which address the following themes are particularly welcome:

  • Identity
  • Heritage and Visualisation
  • Mobility and Migration
  • People and Landscapes

Interdisciplinary research is welcome, linking archaeology, archaeological sciences, forensics, heritage and related areas with disciplines represented by HC/NECAH, which include:

  • Archaeology
  • Art and design
  • Creative writing
  • Digital arts and new media
  • Drama and performing arts
  • English language and literature
  • Film
  • Gender studies
  • Heritage
  • History
  • Media, communication and cultural studies
  • Music


The Studentships are open to home students.

Applicants should usually have a 1st class undergraduate degree or Master's level research qualification in a relevant area (or be completing their Master's programme), and can be held either full-time or part-time. A 2:1 degree may be considered, if combined with relevant experience or professional qualification.

We are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and welcome non-standard application routes. We particularly invite applications from those with protected characteristics.

  • England
  • Northern Ireland
  • Scotland
  • Wales

Payment amount & frequency

Studentships include fees and stipend (living expenses) at the UK Research Council rate.

How to apply

Complete an application form and email to:

Further information about this scholarship

Please email us with the subject line 'SAFS PhD' for further guidance or questions.