UCL or University College London’s critical Histories of art studentship is a fully-funded UK postgraduate research program with 3 years stipend paid at the minimum UKRI value [ £17,609 in 2021/22 ] to cover other needs of the awardees.
The Critical Histories of Art studentship is awarded to a student who is particularly committed to new critical approaches to the History of Art. It is a 3 years full-time program that must not be held concurrently with any other substantial award.
In the UK and US, scholarships and fellowships/studentships are quite similar, the only difference is, that scholarships are offered to students while fellowships and studentships are granted to those with more experience in the field they applied to, hence they can get into summer works on research projects.
Eligibility And Selection Criteria UCL Critical Histories Of Art Studentship
1. ONLY UK postgraduate Research students are awarded this studentship.
2. You must have an outstanding PhD proposal that demonstrates a commitment to more critical approaches to the History of Arts.
3. You must have an excellent academic track record [ usually documented by first-class BA and MA degrees ].
How To Apply For UCL Critical Histories Of Art Studentship
Home candidates must first apply to the AHRC Scholarships and through LAHP and later for the Department of Research studentship to be considered. The decisions over the Critical Histories studentship will be taken after the outcome of the LAHP studentship competition.
To be considered for the critical history studentship, students must submit the following materials:
1. An up to date Curriculum vitae [ CV ]
2. An informal letter detailing why you want to be considered for the scholarship[s]. This should include a statement (max. 250 words) on your commitment to teaching as an academic career.
3. A copy of your research proposal [ 1,500 words ]. This can be the same proposal submitted alongside your application or a newly updated one.
Make sure to state any other source of funding for which you have also applied.
Deadline – The deadline for the 2022/2023 badge has passed – Monday 16th May. But since the award runs every year, the stakes are the application portal will be opened for the 2023/2024 badge later this year and close in May next year. It is highly advisable to keep eye on the scholarship website for further development in relation to scholarships application.
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