Studentships for research in Arts, Humanities and Social Science

A range of studentships are available for well qualified applicants in Arts, Humanities and Social Science. Please see the links below for the different competitions:

University of Reading Research Studentships in Arts and Humanities

University of Reading Research Studentships are available in all arts and humanities disciplines to well qualified applicants. You can find out more about the discipline areas from the postgraduate research pages on the Departmental websites, as set out below:  

What is available?

For 2014/15, a minimum of 4 full awards providing fees at the Home/EU rate and a maintenance grant(stipend), the current (2013/14) level of which is £13,726 for full-time study. They also include a sum per annum for research training, which is made available via your School or Department.

Eligibility

These studentships are open to Home/EU candidates only. International candidates are eligible for consideration for the International Research Studentships competition.

Applying for a studentship:

You will need to complete both an online application for admission to a Postgraduate Degree at the University of Reading and a separate application form for a studentship. You will also need to ensure that two referee's reports (report form below) are returned to the University by the closing date.

Closing date: 14 February 2014 (5 pm)

For further information and advice about studentships, please contact:

Doctoral Research Office (dro@reading.ac.uk)

AHRC studentships

Candidates for the above awards may also be eligible to apply to the separate competition for South, West and Wales (SWW) AHRC DTP Studentships. Details are available on the SWW AHRC DTP Studentships page. Please be aware that the deadlines are not the same as for the University of Reading Research Studentships in Arts and Humanities.

University of Reading Research Studentships in Social Science

Social scientists are concerned with contemporary and historical social issues and human behaviour at local, national and global levels. They bring a variety of theoretical and empirical methodologies to bear on such issues. Increasingly, they work across disciplinary fields, both within social sciences and with natural scientists and others.

This broad range of work is well represented at Reading, both within the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science and beyond, including Henley Business School and significant clusters of social science activity within the Faculties of Science and Life Sciences. Much of our research training is centred within the Graduate School's Researcher Development Programme (RRDP); this training is supplemented by subject specific training in individual academic Schools and Departments.

We invite applications for studentships in any of the following subject areas:

What is available?

For 2014/15, 5 full awards providing fees at the Home/EU rate and a maintenance grant(stipend), the current (2013/14) level of which is £13,726 for full-time study. They also include a sum per annum for research training, which is made available via your School or Department.

Eligibility

These studentships are open to Home/EU candidates only. International candidates are eligible for consideration for the University-wide International Research Studentships competition.

Applying for a studentship:

You will need to complete both an online application for admission to a Postgraduate Degree at the University of Reading and a separate application form for a studentship. You will also need to ensure that two referee's reports (report form below) are returned to the University by the closing date.

Closing date: 14 February 2014 (5 pm)

For further information and advice about studentships, please contact:

Doctoral Research Office (dro@reading.ac.uk)

South East ESRC DTC Studentships (Social Science disciplines)

As part of the ESRC* accredited South East Doctoral Training Centre (DTC), a number of studentship awards will be funded (starting October 2013) across the 4 Universities that form the DTC partnership; these awards will provide funding to cover both fees and stipend.

The DTC is looking for high quality students across a range of Social Science disciplines and related multidisciplinary areas. Further information can be found about these studentships, and about the DTC itself, on our South East DTC page. Please be aware that the deadlines are not the same as for the University of Reading Research Studentships in Social Sciences.

 

*Economic and Social Research Council

 

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