University Of St Andrews School Of English Margaret Beattie PhD Fellowship in UK 2022

University of St Andrews
University Of St Andrews School Of English Margaret Beattie PhD Fellowship in UK 2022

Scholarship Description:
Under University Of St Andrews School Of English Margaret Beattie PhD Fellowship in UK 2022 applications are being invited from eligible candidates. Domestic Students, International Students are eligible to apply for this program. The scholarship allows PhD level programm(s) in the field of English taught at University of St Andrews . Interested candidates may apply for the scholarship as per set deadline. The application deadline is 10/02/2022

Subjects offered and Degree Programs:
You can apply for English taught at University of St Andrews

Funded by: University of St Andrews.

The School of English is delighted to announce the creation of a new fully-funded Ph.D. endowment scholarship, the Margaret Beattie Ph.D. Fellowship.

This award will cover tuition fees and will also provide a maintenance stipend over three years for a Ph.D. student entering the School of English and studying any area of literature. This is a prestigious scholarship, open to all applicants, home and international. It will be awarded on the basis of both need and academic merit.

Sponsor Value

The University of St Andrews will cover:

  • Total tuition fees (Home or International rate)
  • Maintenance at £18,000 per annum
Eligibility Criteria

The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of both need and academic merit. Applications are required to provide proof of household income as well as a personal statement.

Application Procedure

This scholarship is available for application through the Scholarships and Funding catalog.

After you have applied for your chosen Postgraduate Research course, you will receive an email within 1 to 4 working days with instructions on how to access the catalog.

If you are a current student at St Andrew’s, you can access Scholarships and Fund through MySaint. However, you should wait until after you have applied for your intended postgraduate program before doing so, to ensure that the scholarship application is linked to that course.