School of Arts Anniversary Scholarships

Birkbeck, University of London

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Award info

  • Award values:
  • Fees coverage : Variable for 3 years

    Scholarship awards will include a full fee waiver for the full-time Home/EU rate for M.Phil/PhD degrees (currently £3,996), in addition to an annual stipend set at Research Council rates (currently £15,863; for part-time
  • Application deadline:
  • 16-Feb-15*
    *This is the last application deadline supplied by the provider for this award, we are currently working on updating this information.
  • Award type:
    • Academic excellence
    • Scholarship to part time students
  • Award coverage:
  • Stipend, Tuition fees
  • Award level:
  • Career based / vocational
  • Subject area:
  • Humanities Languages
  • Number of awards:
  • 12
Application info

  • Nationality:
  • All international, EU, UK only
  • Gender:
  • Both
  • Eligibility requirement:
  • Birkbeck Postgraduate Research Scholarships are open to Home/EU and International students who are applying for a full-time M.Phil/PhD place within the School of Arts, starting in the 2015/16 academic year. Applications from Home/EU students for part-time study will also be considered (at an appropriate pro rata rate and extended duration). Exceptional School of Arts students currently enrolled in their first year of full-time, or first and second year of part-time study are also eligible to apply.
  • Application details:
  • Please note that in order to apply for funding you must also complete an M.Phil/PhD programme application within the School of Arts. Your programme application must be submitted either before (strongly encouraged) or at the same time as applying for funding.

Awards from this institution

The Murray Research Studentship
This scholarship covers part-time fees for a period of five years.
The Sasakawa Japanese Studies Postgraduate Studentship at Birkbeck University of London
10000 Studentship consists of £10,000 to be used towards either a Master’s degree or a Doctoral Programme in Japanese Studies at Birkbeck, starting in October 2015.