PhD funding opportunities in Renaissance Studies
Are you thinking of pursuing a PhD in Renaissance Studies / the Classical Tradition (including Neo-Latin literature and Renaissance art)?
The Centre for the Study of the Renaissance at the University of Warwick invites applications for the university’s annual funding competition for doctoral students, which is now open (to start in October 2015).
Outstanding candidates may be eligible to compete for Chancellor’s scholarships (overseas applicants), CADRE scholarships (home/EU PhD applicants in the Arts), or Wolfson scholarships (students embarking on PhD studies in History, Literature and Languages). The application deadline for this year’s competition is 11:59pm (GMT) on Monday 12th January 2015. For more details on these and other funding schemes (including some funding for Master’s degrees), see http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/academicoffice/gsp/scholarship/typesoffunding/
We offer our graduate students a buoyant research culture with researchers of national and international renown. The University of Warwick itself has been declared University of the Year 2015 by the Times and Sunday Times newspapers, and has risen two places to eighth in the UK in the two newspapers’ overall University league table. For more information on staff research specialisms, see http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/about_us/centrestaff/academicstaff
Applicants who are interested in postgraduate study in the Centre are advised to contact our Director of Graduate Studies (DGS), Christiania Whitehead (email@example.com) as early as possible.
Undergraduate and M.A. students in Renaissance History at Northern Illinois University may be interested in this announcement.