|UK Students, EU Students, International Students
|£18,622 annual stipend
|19th December 2023
|26th February 2024
Primary supervisor Any appropriate staff member in Classics and Ancient History, to be named as part of application
Secondary supervisors Any appropriate staff member in Classics and Ancient History, to be named as part of application
Application deadline 26 February 2024
Research Project Summary Exeter’s Department of Classics, Ancient History, Religion & Theology is offering one fully funded PhD scholarship (open to Home (UK) fee-paying students only) for study commencing in September 2024.
This PhD studentship is available to support any excellent project that falls within the research areas covered by Classics and Ancient History staff within the Department of Classics, Ancient History, Religion & Theology.
This scholarship is funded through the generosity of the A.G. Leventis Foundation
Through the generosity of the A.G. Leventis Foundation, the Department of Classics, Ancient History, Religion and Theology is delighted to be offering an excellent funding opportunity for exceptional researchers across a range of subjects within the area of Classics and Ancient History, on any aspect of Greek or Roman Antiquity.
The Department prides itself on its vigorous research culture, in which postgraduate research students play central roles.
All members of the Department have specific research interests and activities, which together cover most aspects of the languages, literature, history, philosophy, society and material culture of the Greek and Roman worlds. Current major research projects include ancient medicine, Greek impact on non-Greek cultures, Classical Reception, ancient migration, Roman connectivity, fragmentary literature and Greek political thought. This award carries no preference for any particular area of classical research, although applicants should address the question of why Exeter is the right institution for their doctoral project. More information about the Department can be found here: https://classics.exeter.ac.uk/
Duration and value of award.
The studentship will be for a period of up to 3 years (36 months), dependent on satisfactory progress, and will cover full Home (UK) tuition fees and an annual maintenance grant at the current UKRI rate of £18,622 (2023/24 rate).
Applicants should have at a minimum a good first degree (at least a 2:1 Honours degree, or international equivalent), in Classics and Ancient History or a related discipline and have obtained, or be currently working towards a Master’s degree at Merit level, or international equivalent, in Classics and Ancient History or a related discipline.
Specific experience and competence will depend on your proposed research project.
If English is not your first language you will need to meet the English language requirements and provide proof of proficiency. Click here for more information and a list of acceptable alternative tests.
Please note that this studentship is only open to applicants who will start their studies in September 2024 not those who have already started.
Applications for full-time or part-time study are welcome however applications will only be supported for campus-based study as this studentship is not available for distance-learning.
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