AHRC Heritage Consortium Master's Studentship
Part-time: not available
Prospective PG students (inc. current UG): available
Current PG students: not available
Entry year: 2020/21
Postgraduate taught: available
Postgraduate research: not available
1 scholarship available
Application deadline: 4 July 2020
About the scholarship
One Master's Studentship Award for students starting their course in September 2020.
The award, linked to the AHRC Heritage Consortium, will provide funding to a high quality applicant. The funding will allow you to focus on developing high level skills and competencies for research and professional practice, particularly aimed at the Heritage sector.
To be considered for the studentship you must have a minimum of an upper second class honours degree or above.
The award is aligned to standard wording in the AHRC student funding guide. Students from EU countries other than the UK would be restricted to tuition fees only and no maintenance award. Non-EU students are not eligible for this funding.
Please note, in order to be considered for a studentship you must first apply to the University for admission to an appropriate programme of study.
Studentships can be used to study for any of our Masters courses:
- MA in Archaeology & Identity
- MSc in Archaeological Sciences
- MSc in Human Osteology and Palaeopathology
- MSc in Forensic Archaeology and Crime Scene Investigation
- MSc in Landscape Archaeology and Digital Heritage
- British Antarctic Territories
- British Indian Ocean Territory
- British Virgin Islands
- Cayman Islands
- Cyprus (European Union)
- Czech Republic
- Falkland Islands (Malvinas)
- French Guiana
- Ireland, the Republic of
- Mayotte (French Territorial Collectivity)
- Northern Ireland
- Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oenno Islands
- St Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha
- Turks & Caicos Islands
Payment amount & frequency
The studentship, valued at £8,933*, will cover the course fee and provide a maintenance award. The award can be used to fund a place on any of our Masters programmes.
*Eligibility criteria apply to funding.
How to apply
Applicants must first apply to the University for admission to the appropriate programme of study, and complete an application form which includes a statement which summarises relevant experience and interest in the subject.
Complete the application form:
In your application form, please provide details of your undergraduate degree award and identify the programme of study you wish to take, providing a clear case for support (max 500 words) for the funding that you are applying for. Please pay particular attention to how the studentship would help you to realise your career goals. Ensure you have given careful thought as to how you would envisage conducting dissertation research that would contribute to the Heritage theme.
Please return the application form to FOLSArchSci@bradford.ac.uk.
Closing date: 4 July 2020.
Find out more
Enquires can be directed to individual Programme Managers:
- Cathy Batt for Archaeological Sciences
- Karina Croucher for Archaeology and Identity
- Rob Janaway for Forensic Archaeology and Crime Scene investigation
- Jo Buckberry for Human Osteology and Paleopathology
- Vince Gaffney for Landscape Archaeology and Digital Heritage