|ESRC White Rose Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) and Faculty Scholarships||
The University of Sheffield, Faculty of Social Sciences has funding for a number of PhD scholarships for 2019/20 entry. These include ESRC White Rose Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) and Faculty scholarships through the University Post Graduate Research Committee.
We strongly encourage PhD applications in the following broad areas:
The scholarships offer
All scholarships are available as a +3 (PhD) or a 1+3 (Masters and PhD), in combination with the MA Social Research. This route ensures students meet ESRC training benchmarks for social research methods.
Our Faculty scholarships are open to applicants of any nationality and in any discipline within the Faculty of Social Sciences. Most ESRC White Rose DTP scholarships are open to UK and EU applicants; there may be limited opportunities for overseas students, and all applicants should check ESRC White Rose DTP guidance before making an application.
To apply for Masters and PhD funding, you will need:
Qualifications or experience equal to a first or upper second class honours degree or an equivalent combination of qualifications and/or experience
To apply for PhD funding, you will need:
Initial enquiries should be made directly to us at the School of East Asian Studies - email@example.com
We offer an outstanding academic environment for our PhD students. We provide an interdisciplinary research experience via the White Rose DTP to all our PhD students, regardless of scholarship funding source. Quantitative and qualitative methods training at both Masters and PhD level is provided by Sheffield Methods Institute. There are also opportunities for three month internships with public, private and voluntary organisations.
The deadline for scholarship applications is 5.00pm on 23rd January 2019.
Information on the scholarship application process can be found here.
|AHRC White Rose College of the Arts and Humanities||
The White Rose College of the Arts & Humanities (WRoCAH) is a Doctoral Training Partnership of the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York. It is responsible for the distribution of AHRC-funded doctoral studentships for these universities and for the coordination of a doctoral training programme. WRoCAH is able to offer around 48 AHRC studentships per year to candidates with a place for doctoral study at the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield or York.
Deadline for applications - 5.00pm GMT on Wednesday, 23rd January 2019
Sasakawa Foundation Scholarship
The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation’s Japanese Studies Postgraduate Studentship Programme was designed to support the development of Japanese studies in the UK.
Scholarships are worth £10,000 and intended to be used for 1 year's study at either taught postgraduate or research postgraduate level.
In order to be considered for a Sasakawa scholarship, please send a letter of application by 23rd January 2019 to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining why you wish to be considered and why you think you are a good candidate.
China Scholarship Council
This scheme provides academically excellent Chinese students with the opportunity to study for a PhD at the University of Sheffield. The scholarships are supported jointly by the China Scholarship Council and the University of Sheffield.
The Scholarship will cover
You must be a national of, and reside in, mainland China (not including Hong Kong or Macau). You must also be intending to return to China once your programme is completed.
Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of academic merit and the fit of the applicant’s proposed research programme with Sheffield’s identified research priorities:
Deadline for applications in 5.00pm GMT, 23rd January 2019
For further information on postgraduate bursaries, scholarships and other financial assistance available from the University and external sources please see University´s central web pages for postgraduates scholarships.
If you have any further questions, please contact us on email@example.com
Continuation/write up fee
If you go beyond your normal period of registration (3-years) and require more time to write-up your research, a continuation fee is charged instead of a tuition fee. You are required to pay the continuation fee at the beginning of your writing up year and will be refunded any overpayment, on a pro rata basis, if you submit before the end of the 12 month period
There are a number of additional fees which could apply to you throughout your studies depending on your circumstances. More information about these fees (including the continuation fee) can be found here.