The stipends for these awards will be £10,000 (including international fees) for non-EU students of outstanding merit.
The Centre is a partnership between the Universities of Newcastle and Durham, and is supported by the Wellcome Trust.
In order to be considered for this competition, applicants must first have secured a place in the programme by completing and submitting the University's online postgraduate application form for the MA in the History of Medicine and receiving written confirmation of acceptance to the programme.
Once this is the case, applicants are asked to send:
i) a CV; ii) a personal statement and letter of application outlining reasons for wanting to pursue postgraduate study in the history of medicine at Newcastle and highlighting specific research interests (max 300 words), and iii) references from two academic referees.
Applications should be sent to the Postgraduate Secretary,
Ms Sandra Fletcher,
School of Historical Studies,
University of Newcastle,
Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU,
For information about postgraduate study in the School of Historical Studies contact the School's Postgraduate Secretary, Mrs Sandra Fletcher, at , tel. (+)44.191.2227966.
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