Cambridge University Reporter

C.H.W. Johns Memorial Fund and Studentship: Notice

Statutes and Ordinances, 2006, pp. 706 and 786

The Faculty Board of Oriental Studies give notice that a C.H.W. Johns Memorial Studentship is offered for whole time study and training for research in Assyriology at the University of Cambridge. Graduates of any university are eligible. Candidates must produce evidence that they have obtained, or are likely to obtain before 30 September 2007, a university degree.

The Studentship will be awarded in the first instance for such period not exceeding three years as the Managers may think fit, and a Student may be re-elected for any further period not exceeding three years if the Managers are satisfied that his or her work is of sufficiently high standard to merit such extension.

Applicants should be registered, or have applied for admission, as Graduate Students in the University, for a higher degree course within the field of Assyriology or a closely related field.

The Managers will also consider applications for smaller grants in aid of research in Assyriology and related fields twice each year. The closing dates are 31 May and 31 December annually: application forms are available from the Faculty Administrator at the address given above.