The Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences is pleased to invite applications from excellent international students with original research proposals for the Dean’s Global Research Award for commencing study in October 2023. These awards will cover international tuition fees.
You should have, or be expected to obtain, a first-class honours degree and/or a master’s degree with distinction.
IELTS Academic (minimum overall band score of 6.5 or higher for Education, gained within 2 years prior to commencing PhD study) or equivalent.
We have six awards across the following subject areas on offer:
- Journalism, Media, and Communication
- Gender Studies
- Creative Writing
- Psychological Sciences & Health
- Physical Activity for Health
- Applied Linguistics or Speech and Language Therapy
- Social Work & Social Policy
- Public Health and Health Policy
- Social Work
- Social Policy
These awards are highly competitive for a limited number of places. The selection panel will view all complete applications submitted by the closing date.
Please ensure you have followed all the steps under “how to apply” and meet the eligibility criteria.
The selection panel will meet in April 2023, although final results may not be announced until May, in line with the AHRC and ESRC scholarship competitions.
The start date will be 1 October 2023.
You must have a conditional offer of study before the closing date to be considered for this award.
Find your chosen subject within our Graduate School, and from there you'll see our supervisors and their areas of expertise.
You must make contact with a potential supervisor, or the relevant PGR Director before you complete the online application as you must have a conditional offer of study before the closing date.
Find your relevant apply button below. When completing your application, please input the following:
- in the "Programme Name", please select the appropriate PhD study area.
- on the "Funding" section of the application form, please write ‘DGRA Scholarship’.
You should upload the following documents with your application:
- 1500-word research proposal
- A 2-page CV, including your academic achievements and any professional experience.
- Academic transcripts
- 2 Academic reference letters
- IELTS Academic (minimum overall band score of 6.5 or higher for Education, taken within 2 years prior to commencing PhD study) or equivalent, if English is not your first language
Number of places: 6
To read how we process personal data, applicants can review our 'Privacy Notice for Student Applicants and Potential Applicants' on our Privacy notices' web page.
For more information, contact the PGR Director in the relevant academic school.
School of Humanities
For English/ Journalism, Media and Communication/ Gender Studies, or Creative Writing please contact:
For History/ Modern Languages, please contact:
School of Law
School of Psychological Sciences and Health
School of Social Work & Social Policy
School of Education
School of Government and Public Policy