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University of Canterbury PhD Scholarships

The UC Aho Hīnātore | UC Accelerator Scholarship consists of a 12-week research project for which the recipients receive a stipend of $6,000 followed by a 3 year doctoral scholarship covering fees and paying a stipend of $28,000 per annum. Up to 70 scholarships are available for 2022/2023 and are awarded by Te Kaunihera | Council of the University.

For full details: https://www.canterbury.ac.nz/get-started/scholarships/types/uc-aho-hntore–uc-accelerator-scholarship/

There are a number of eligibility conditions that all applicants will need to meet. The 12-week research project must include a minimum of $1,500 co-funding from an external partner or Department/Faculty/School funds. Funding for a limited number of suitable candidates to work on a project relating to the King James Bible is potentially available. Any interested applicants for this project should contact Dr Chris Jones (chris.jones@canterbury.ac.nz).

PhD and MPhil Applications: Medieval and Early Modern Studies at the Australian Catholic University

The Medieval and Early Modern Studies (MEMS) Program of the Institute for Religion and Critical Inquiry (IRCI) welcomes applications from highly motivated students to study toward a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) or Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). We seek applicants who wish to develop research projects in medieval and early modern history in areas such as social, cultural, religious, and gender history.

We are particularly interested in hearing from prospective PhD students interested in developing projects aligned with our large-scale collaborative project, ‘Religious Mobilities: Medieval and Early Modern Europe and the World’. Multiple research scholarships are available to support PhD students in this project.

The IRCI’s MEMS program is the largest medieval and modern program in Australia, and a dynamic, supportive, internationally-engaged research community. Students are supported by reading groups, seminars, professional development opportunities, events across ACU’s cognate faculties and institutes, and international networking opportunities.

For further information, please contact the MEMS Program Director, Professor Megan Cassidy-Welch.