PhD Studentship in Catalan Studies
The Centre for Catalan Studies at Queen Mary, University of London, invites applications for a Doctoral Studentship in any aspect of Catalan Studies.
A studentship will be awarded in August 2020 to the most highly qualified candidate applying for a full-time PhD programme starting in September 2020. In order to be considered for an award, applicants should have (or expect to have by the end of the 2019/20 academic year) an MA or equivalent qualification.
The award is tenable for up to three years and provides a maintenance allowance of £16,000 per year and, in addition, covers tuition fees at the home/EU fee rate of £4407.[i]
We welcome applications in the following fields (involving any Catalan-speaking area):
- Translation Studies
- Popular culture and sport
- Film Studies
- Art and visual culture
- Language teaching
Prospective students are strongly advised to discuss your proposed research with the Director for the Centre of Catalan Studies, Professor John London, prior to submitting a formal application (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For further information on research degrees and how to apply
Information about The Centre for Catalan Studies
Closing Date: 10 August 2020
Candidates whose applications are received after the deadline will be considered for admission, but not for funding.
[i]Applicants from outside the EU may apply for this studentship but will need to make up the difference between the ‘Home/EU’ and the ‘Overseas’ tuition fees (Overseas tuition fees will be £18,000 so the difference to pay will be in the region of £13,593 per year).
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