Details about Edinburgh College Of Art Scholarships 2022
Edinburgh College Of Art Scholarships 2022 is offered for PhD degree in the field of Research areas in The School of Art, School of Design, ESALA (Architecture and Landscape Architecture), History of Art and Reid School of Music. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 17 Jan 2022. This scholarship is provided by University of Edinburgh and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, £16,000 per year for three years . This scholarship is open for: Open to all nationals.
- Deadline: 17 Jan 2022
- Scholarship value: Partial Funding, £16,000 per year for three years
Edinburgh College of Art has announced its next round of scholarships to applicants for postgraduate programmes in five Schools:
- School of Art
- School of Design
- ESALA (Architecture and Landscape Architecture)
- History of Art
- Reid School of Music.
Eligibility for Edinburgh College Of Art Scholarships:
- Applications for full-time and part-time Ph.D. study will be considered. Awards made to part-time students, however, will be made pro-rata, therefore £8,000 per year over 6 years of prescribed study.
- Scholarship applications from prospective students which are not supported by a fully completed Ph.D. programme application (including references) and not submitted by 17th January 2022 will not be considered for funding.
Please note: if successful in obtaining funding from the any other University of Edinburgh or Research Council funding sources, recipients of the ECA Ph.D. Scholarship must relinquish their ECA Ph.D. Scholarship.
Number of award(s): 5 scholarships are offered.
Duration of award(s): Scholarships are offered for three years.
The Scottish Graduate School of Arts and Humanities (SGSAH) ranking scheme criteria for AHRC Ph.D. Studentships will be used by the ECA Selection Panel. The Panels will rank the applications in relation to the following criteria:
- Qualifications OR relevant professional experience
- Preparedness for research
- Quality of research proposal: context, proposed methodology, originality & innovation – including interdisciplinary research, cogency & importance of project
- Clarity & strength of plans for knowledge exchange, public engagement & impact, including dissemination beyond academia
- Fit between student, project & research environment, including cross-HEI supervision where there is demonstrable benefit for the student/research project