News: MA Medieval Studies Studentships 2015-16, University of Manchester

Closing date: 2nd February 2015

MA Medieval Studies Studentships 2015-16,
The John Rylands Research Institute,
University of Manchester.

MA Medieval Studies Studentships 2015-16
http://www.alc.manchester.ac.uk/fees/subjectspecific/medieval-studies/

The John Rylands Research Institute is offering the Towneley MA Medieval Studies Scholarship for one full-time student on the MA in Medieval Studies [http://www.manchester.ac.uk/study/masters/courses/list/06731/medieval-studies-ma/], to start in September 2015. The generous scholarship covers fees at home/EU level and maintenance costs [£10,575]. The student must have a very good first degree (at least a high 2.i), and must demonstrate an interest in some aspect of medieval studies relating to the strengths of the John Rylands Library’s Special Collections.

How to apply
To apply for the scholarship, please first complete the University of Manchester postgraduate admissions form, providing all necessary supporting material, by Monday, 2 February 2015.

Please then submit the general MA Funding Application Form by Monday, 2 March 2015, indicating that you have applied for the MA Medieval Studies, clearly demonstrating in the ‘Case for Support’ why this programme is suitable for your interests, and outlining your prospective training and research plans.

Students who apply for the Towneley MA Medieval Studies Scholarship through this process will also be considered for School Master’s Scholarships and Awards.

For specific guidance, please contact the Programme Director, Dr Irene O’Daly: irene.odaly@manchester.ac.uk.

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