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Warwick Taught Masters Scholarships and UG Sanctuary Scholarships

Warwick Taught Masters Scholarships – deadline Friday 31st May

The University of Warwick will be offering the Warwick Taught Masters Scholarship Scheme to support eligible postgraduate students in 2024/2025. The Scheme has £500,000 to allocate and we expect to make a minimum of 50 awards. Awards are set up to £10,000 per student and available to eligible Home fee status students from under-represented groups who wish to start a postgraduate taught masters course in 2024/2025.

Further information and guidance on eligibility can be found here: and any queries can be sent to

UG Sanctuary Scholarships – deadline Tuesday 30th April

Warwick’s UG Sanctuary Scholarship applications for 2024 entry are now open. Please note that these scholarships are open to eligible Warwick offer holders/applicants who are seeking asylum, have humanitarian protection or discretionary/limited leave to remain due to an asylum claim and cover a full tuition fee waiver and the equivalent of the full maintenance grant and Warwick Bursary. There’s more information about the eligibility criteria, application process, etc, through the links below and the application deadline is Tues 30th April:

Any enquiries about the UG Sanctuary Scholarships can be sent to

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AHRC Midlands4Cities PhD funding for UK and International Applicants 2024

The AHRC-funded Midlands4Cities Doctoral Training PartnershipLink opens in a new window (M4C) brings together eight leading universities across the Midlands to support the professional and personal development of the next generation of arts and humanities doctoral researchers. M4C is a collaboration between the University of Birmingham, Birmingham City University, University of Warwick, Coventry University, University of Leicester, De Montfort University, Nottingham Trent University and The University of Nottingham.   


For 2024 entry Midlands4Cities Doctoral Training Partnership is offering up to 70 fully funded PhD studentships for eligible students in the arts and humanities through the Open Competition and 13 Collaborative Doctoral Awards (CDA).   


Film and Television Studies at the University of Warwick is one of the UK’s leading departments in the field of film and television research and teaching. It ranked number 1 in Media and Film Studies by The Guardian University Guide 2024. We are inviting applications from students whose research interests connect with our broadly defined fields of expertise in:   

  • Film and television history  
  • Film and television aesthetics  
  • Film theory and philosophy  
  • European cinemas  
  • World cinemas  
  • Queer cinema and television  
  • Human rights and social justice  
  • Documentary  
  • Stardom  
  • Early cinema  
  • Experimental and art cinemas 
  • Ecocinema   


For further information on staff’s individual areas of expertise, please visit: opens in a new window 

Expressions of interest should reach Film and Television Studies at Warwick no later than 30 November 2023. All applications will be subject to internal approval. For enquiries and further information, please contact Dr Tiago de Luca at opens in a new window   


The deadline for M4C funding applications is 10 January 2024 (noon UK time) by which time applicants must have applied for a place to study at Warwick and have ensured that two academic references are submitted via the Midlands4Cities online reference form.

For full details of eligibility, funding, research supervision areas and CDA projects, and for dates of M4C application writing workshops, please visit: opens in a new window  

Fri 27 Oct 2023, 13:28 | Tags: Postgraduate

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PhD Scholarship: The Right-Wing Press and the British World, 1780-1830

An exciting opportunity is available for this PhD Scholarship funded as part of the Monash Warwick Alliance. The studentship will be jointly supervised by Professor David Lambert (Warwick) and Professor Gordon Pentland (Monash).

For full details and how to apply visit Jobs at Monash. Closing Date: Sunday 3 September 2023, 11:55pm AEST

Monash PhD

Tue 08 Aug 2023, 14:44 | Tags: Postgraduate Announcement

History of Art Read more from Research Events

HISTORY OF ART RESEARCH SEMINAR | WEDNESDAY 15 NOVEMBER 2023, 5.00-6.30 (on Teams). Myat Aung, PhD candidate, University of Ohio, “A Multisensory Immersion: Experiencing the Nymphaeum and Peristyle Garden at the Villa San Marco in Stabiae”

Theatre and Performance Studies Read more from Theatre & Performance Studies News

SCAPVC PGRs appointed Fellows of Warwick Institute of Engagement (WIE)

WIE encourages people inside universities to interact with those outside universities to share knowledge and research, collaborate on ideas, co-produce new approaches and enable curiosity, exploration and conversation. Theatre & Performance Studies, PGR student, Alison Porter was appointed a Fellow in the most recent recruitment round. She saw WIE as the perfect opportunity to continue her work engaging audiences in the debate about complex social issues through activities like the showing of her film, The Boyfriend Trick, about human trafficking from Albania, at Warwick Arts Centre. The film, which was part of the Resonate Festival, was made in collaboration with three charities, a professional dancer and a filmmaker from the Department of Film & Television Studies. Alison said: ‘I’m hoping to use my governance skills, creative tendencies and experience of producing in exciting new contexts with WIE.  

Alison joins fellow TPS PGR student Mark Scott who was appointed as a Fellow of the Institute in February 2022. Within the Institute, he has been part of the Evaluation Learning Circle looking at Evaluation Practice across the university, in addition he supported the Institute with the evaluation of the Resonate Festival in 2022 which coincided with the final part of Coventry’s year as UK City of Culture 2021. In late 2022, he was awarded funding from the Collaboration and Co-Production Fund where he worked with the Belgrade Theatre on developing accessible tools and toolkits relating to evaluation for local artists in Coventry and Warwickshire. More about the work of the institute and details of the application process is available at

Wed 07 Feb 2024, 10:00 | Tags: Student Postgraduate

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Global Sustainable Development Read more from Global Sustainable Development News

New collaboration with MAIDS-GRID at Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Chula visit

Last year, GSD was delighted to establish an exciting collaboration at postgraduate level with the programmes in International Development Studies (MAIDS-GRID) at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, the highest-ranked university in Thailand. This partnership was conceptualised under the Thai-UK World-class University Consortium, funded by the British Council, which aims to bring together Thai and UK institutions for internationalisation and to enhance teaching and research through knowledge exchange and sharing.

MAIDS-GRID at Chulalongkorn and GSD at Warwick both offer international postgraduate programmes in sustainable development and development studies, which share several similarities, including a transdisciplinary teaching and research philosophy, an international student body and comparable programme size.

Liberal Arts Read more from Liberal Arts News

Why I chose the Community, Engagement and Belonging MASc: Inca’s Story

Inca is one of our Postgraduate students, and part of our first ever cohort of students for the Community, Engagement and Belonging MASc programme. We caught up with Inca to find out more about her decision to pursue our unique MASc degree, her experiences of the course so far and what she plans to do with her studies after graduating.

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Oxford TGHS Postgraduate Conference Call for Papers:

Encounters and Exchanges in a Global Past

The Oxford Transnational and Global History SeminarLink opens in a new window is inviting submissions for a postgraduate conference, Saturday 25 June, 2022. The conference will be held in person in the Oxford History Faculty.

We welcome submissions on the theme 'Encounters and Exchanges in a Global Past.' We will explore the ways in which encounters and exchanges were experienced in the near and distant past. Despite the recent proliferation of frameworks for understanding contact and the exchange of goods, ideas and biota that accompanied it, contact is rarely considered from a truly global perspective that spans millennia, continents and disciplines.

We welcome interdisciplinary submissions relating to exchanges across time and space. We are particularly interested in submissions on:the infrastructure that underlay encounters and exchanges, such as technology and ideology; multi-scalar interaction; the role of translation in contact; the environmental history of encounters and exchanges.

Sessions will consist of 20 minute papers with time for questions and discussion.

Interested postgraduates should send a 400-word abstract and brief biography to

Submission deadline: 1 May 2022


For further events and information visit our website opens in a new window

Thu 24 Mar 2022, 10:42 | Tags: Postgraduate

Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies Read more from CIM News

How to Map Issues? CIM ESRC DTC event

Mixing methods for the study of topical affairs - an Advanced Training Event convened by Noortje Marres