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Monday, 13 December 2010 16:25

AHRC Scholarship for PhD in Translation Studies University of Edinburgh

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Expertise required: In order to be considered for this studentship, applicants must have received an offer of a PhD place before their application. Candidates applying for the PhD in Translation Studies at the University of Edinburgh should hold a postgraduate degree in translation studies (or another relevant subject), completed at distinction or equivalent level (such as First Class or Excellent band). They should present a sound research proposal and should ideally work on a topic within the specific expertise of the staff members. For more information, please see http://www.llc.ed.ac.uk/graduateschool/translationstudies/PostgraduateDegrees/index.htm

Employer:
Translation Studies Graduate Programme at the University of Edinburgh, http://www.llc.ed.ac.uk/graduateschool/translationstudies/


Employer profile: In 2009 The Translation Studies Graduate Programme at the University of Edinburgh was awarded four scholarships from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (Block Grants Partnership) for our MSc and PhD degrees in translation studies. These are prestigious studentships which are available over a five-year period, offering full UK/EU fees for all years of study and an annual maintenance award of approximately 13,000 pounds (PhD) or 9,000 pounds (MSc).

The first of these scholarships was awarded for the 2010/2011 session and was for a Professional Preparation Masters Scheme, allowing one candidate to study on our MSc in Translation Studies degree.

The second of these scholarships will be for the 2011/2012 session and will allow one candidate to study on PhD in Translation Studies. More information on this scholarship and the relevant forms are available at http://www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/literatures-languages-cultures/graduate-school/scholarships

For more information on the Translation Studies Graduate Programme at the University of Edinburgh, see http://www.llc.ed.ac.uk/graduateschool/translationstudies/

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