AHRC Studentships 2013/14
Applications for the 2013/14 competition of AHRC studentships are now welcome.
The University of Manchester has been successful in securing funding for AHRC postgraduate awards in the arts and humanities subject areas. Details of all the subject areas covered by the scheme can be found on the following link:
- Subject areas covered for each type of award for 2013/14 (Word Document, 46 KB)
The AHRC has graded Manchester as ‘Excellent’ in terms of its supervision and training provision for postgraduates. This is in recognition of Manchester’s excellent track record in postgraduate teaching, training and research and will enable us to continue to recruit the highest quality postgraduate candidates within our arts and humanities subjects.
How to apply
You should apply to the University for Admission onto your chosen postgraduate programme using the online application form. Your transcripts and references will be included in this. In addition, you must then submit your AHRC Research Proposal (Doctoral applicants) or Case for Support (Masters Applicants) to the School Postgraduate Office in which you intend to register by 5.00pm on Friday 1st March 2013. Please note, you are advised to submit your admission application before the 1st February 2013 to ensure that your application is received by the school office well in advance of the deadline.
The competition is now open and early application is strongly advised. The deadline for applications is Friday 1st March 2013.
Further information on AHRC awards – eligibility, fee and stipend levels
- Guide for the Applicants for AHRC Block Grants Partnership (BGP) Postgraduate Awards at the University of Manchester 2013-14 (Word Document, 141 KB)
Before submitting an application you are strongly advised to read both of these AHRC documents.