Open to: doctoral students
The Institute for German Studies at the University of Birmingham is delighted to offer a full doctoral scholarship for entry in October.
The scholarship consists of tuition fees at home/EU level, plus a maintenance component at funding council rates. Proposals are invited from outstanding candidates on the politics, international relations, economics, post-war history and/or culture of contemporary Germany, either by itself or in a comparative context.
Candidates should have an excellent Master’s and/or first degree in a relevant area.
The award is available for a maximum of three years, and is subject to satisfactory progression in the University’s annual progress reviews of research students.
Application is via the standard University application form for postgraduate study: applicants should indicate clearly that they are applying for the Institute scholarship.
Candidates should expect to be interviewed, and the Institute reserves the right to award the scholarship before the deadline should an exceptional candidate present herself/himself.
For further information, please contact Dr Simon Green, Deputy Director of the Institute for German Studies (firstname.lastname@example.org )
For more information on: PhD Studentship in German Studies - University of Birmingham, UK; http://www.igs.bham.ac.uk