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Clare College

MALLINSON RESEARCH STUDENTSHIP IN MODERN AND MEDIEVAL LANGUAGES

The College invites applications for a Postgraduate Research Studentship in Modern and Medieval Languages. Applicants for the Studentship must name Clare College as their College of first choice on the Board of Graduate Studies Application Form for Admission as a Graduate Student. The closing date for applications is 31 May 2007 for entry on 1 October of the same year. The successful candidate will be notified in June. All candidates will be expected to apply for any other grants for which they are eligible.

The Mallinson Research Studentship in Modern and Medieval Languages is intended to provide funding for up to a maximum of three years at the European Union rate of fees for a student registered for the Ph.D. Degree in the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages. Applicants from outside the European Union will be expected to obtain an ORS award, or equivalent funding, to make up the full amount of the University fees at the overseas rate (currently £8,832). At current rates the Studentship will cover each year: University Fees of £3,168; College Fees of £2,022; and maintenance of £7,879. Holders of the award will be expected to apply for AHRC (Arts and Humanities Research Council) or other appropriate funding so long as they are eligible, in order to enable others to benefit from the scheme.

Applications, addressed to the Graduate Administrator, Clare College, Cambridge, CB2 1TL, should include a curriculum vitae, details of applications for other grants, and the intended programme of research, including no more than one A4 page describing the proposed research project. Applicants should arrange for two confidential references, including details of likely degree result if relevant, to be sent directly to the College.


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Cambridge University Reporter 21 March 2007
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