Scholarships and Funding for PhD

Arts and Humanities Research Council Studentships - September 2018 entry

The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) offer fully-funded studentships covering fees and a living allowance for September 2018 entry. 

As a member of the Scottish Graduate School for Arts and Humanities, the successful applicants will have access to a range of exciting training and developing opportunities.

Deadline for all documents to be submitted: 4 December 2017 (1200hrs GMT).

Find out more about the studentships and eligibility criteria

How to apply

Applications to the AHRC are submitted through their online portal. Prior to this, Universities hold an internal round of evaluations to decide which applications can proceed to the AHRC stage, as each university is given a limited number of application opportunities.

To be considered, in addition to submitting a complete PhD application no later than noon (GMT), on 4 December 2017 , please e-mail law.pgrdirector@ed.ac.uk with your full name and application number (e.g. s17xxxxxx) stating your wish to be included in the competition.

Apply to study a PhD

You must include with your application, a completed version of the AHRC application template:

AHRC application template

Applications received without complete documentation, including the AHRC application template will not be considered for the scholarship opportunity.

AHRC Q&A sessions

The AHRC will run a Q&A session on 1 December from 2-3pm (UK time).

To join visit http://www.sgsah.ac.uk/dtp/qa/ during a session and follow the instructions on screen to sign in as a guest.

George Vrakas, AHRC award winner 2017, Intellectual Property Law
George Vrakas, AHRC award winner 2017,
Intellectual Property Law.