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AHRC and University of Liverpool studentships and awards – 2012

The University of Liverpool Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is pleased to announce that it will be making a number of AHRC-funded and University of Liverpool Arts and Humanities (ULAH) PhD and MA studentships and awards across a range of arts and humanities subject areas to commence in October 2012.  Home (UK) students and EU students who have been resident in the UK for a minimum of three years are eligible for a full award comprising a fee-waiver + maintenance.  Other EU students are eligible for a fee-waiver-only award.

For MA applicants, the Personal Statement and references need to show demonstrable capacity for doctoral study. For PhD applicants, a detailed personal statement describing your research proposal is essential. Priority will be given to research topics which resonate with staff interests and the research strengths of the department in which applicants wish to study, so they are advised to visit the relevant webpages to seek out this information prior to making the application. For more information on the process, please visithttp://www.liv.ac.uk/humanities-and-social-sciences/AHRC_Block_Grant_Partnership/index.htm

The deadline for receipt of applications is 24 February 2012.  Details of how to apply online and offline, can be found athttp://www.liv.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying/ For further information, please contact the Faculty Director of Postgraduate Research, Prof Karen Ross (rossk@liv.ac.uk).



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