Scholarship applications for doctoral studies starting in 2020-21 in the College of Arts are open now, with two funding routes available:
• Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Doctoral Training Partnership
• University of Glasgow College of Arts scholarships scheme
The application process to both is via a single route, however the eligibility criteria are different for each scheme. Find full eligibility criteria, guidance notes, and how to apply on our website.
The closing date for applications is Monday 2 December, 12 noon (BST).
AHRC Doctorial Training Partnership
The College of Arts is a member of the Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities (SGSAH) AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership. This consortium of ten institutions across Scotland provides funding and training for doctoral studies in most subjects across the Arts & Humanities.
AHRC- funded Doctorial Training Partnerships (DTP) offer:
• 3½ years of funding for UK/EU resident students (stipend and fees or fees-only depending on eligibility)
• Supportive research environment and supervisory team for you and your project
• Core SGSAH Doctorial Training Partnerships training provision
• Additional skills development opportunities
• Access to SGSAH's activities, including workshops and guest speakers
College of Arts students have secured the most AHRC DTP awards across all Scottish Institutions for the last two years – with 43% of awards for 2019.
Find out more about the AHRC Doctorial Training Partnership on the SGSAH website
College of Arts Scholarships for Arts & Humanities
The College of Arts also provides a number of scholarships each year, covering an annual stipend and tuition fees for UK/EU and international students. Applications will be considered at the same time as applications for the AHRC scholarships.
College of Arts scholarships are supported by the College Graduate School, which offers:
• annual skills development programme
• engagement with student-led conferences, workshops and seminars, and the award-winning academic journal e-Sharp
• study facilities
• support and sign-posting to additional services
Areas of study
We undertake research range of subjects and interdisciplinary areas:
• American Studies
• Celtic & Gaelic
• Comparative Literature
• Creative Writing
• English Language & Linguistics
• English Literature
• Film & TV Studies
• Hispanic Studies (including: Spanish)
• History of Art (including: Textiles)
• Information Studies (including: Arts & Media Informatics, Computer Forensics & E-Discovery, Information Management & Preservation, Museum Studies)
• Media & Cultural Policy (including: Journalism, Media Management)
• Scottish Literature
• Slavonic Languages & Cultures (including: Czech, Polish, Russian)
• Theatre Studies (including: Drama, Dramaturgy, Performance Studies, Playwriting)
• Theology and Religious Studies
• Translation Studies
• War Studies
For a full list of our strengths in each area, please visit the Graduate School section of our website.
Tuition fees and annual stipend at UKRI rate (restrictions may apply, see eligibility and guidance notes).
AHRC scholarships are open to UK/EU resident students. EU students are eligible for fees only, however additional stipends may be awarded by the College of Arts.
College scholarships are open to UK/EU and International students, however current PhD students are not eligible to apply.
Email Now: [email protected]
Tuition fees and annual stipend at UKRI rate (restrictions may apply, see eligibility and guidance notes)