PhD Funding: JB Trapp Scholarship and Rubinstein Scholarship, The Warburg Institute – Deadline 1st May 2021

The Warburg Institute offers two scholarships for MPhil and PhD students. Applications close on the 1st May 2021. The Institute has an excellent record in securing external funding, and is happy to work with prospective students on their funding applications.

JB Trapp Scholarship 

The JB Trapp Scholarship is open to international students who have been offered a place on the Institute’s MPhil/PhD Programme. It will cover international fees and provide an annual £15,000 maintenance payment for a maximum of three years. This scholarship is not for those who wish to do distance learning. 

To be eligible to apply students must have been offered a place on the programme and be categorised as an International student. We particularly encourage applications from students from the Global South.

The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of academic merit.

To apply please download this form and return it to warburg@sas.ac.uk by 1 May 2021. 

Please note: If you are a current Warburg Student ( i.e. you started your PhD in October 2020 or earlier), you need to complete the form and also provide a short statement (up to 1000 words) which outlines what you have achieved so far with your PhD research, what you plan to do in the coming years, and any other relevant professional development achievements.  This can be provided in a word document.

Rubinstein Scholarship

The Rubinstein Scholarship is open to home students who have been offered a place on the Institute’s MPhil/PhD Programme. It will cover home fees and provide an annual £15,000 maintenance payment for a maximum of three years. This scholarship is not for those who wish to do distance learning.

To be eligible to apply students must have been offered a place on the programme and be categorised as an home student.

The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of academic merit.

To apply please download this form and return it to warburg@sas.ac.uk by 1 May 2021.

Please note: If you are a current Warburg Student ( i.e. you started your PhD in October 2020 or earlier), you need to complete the form and also provide a short statement (up to 1000 words) which outlines what you have achieved so far with your PhD research, what you plan to do in the coming years, and any other relevant professional development achievements.  This can be provided in a word document.

Published by Ellie Wilson

Ellie Wilson holds a First Class Honours in the History of Art from the University of Bristol, with a particular focus on Medieval Florence. In 2020 she achieved a Distinction in her MA at The Courtauld Institute of Art, where she specialised in the art and architecture of Medieval England under the supervision of Dr Tom Nickson. Her dissertation focussed on an alabaster altarpiece, and its relationship with the cult of St Thomas Becket in France and the Chartreuse de Vauvert. Her current research focusses on the artistic patronage of London’s Livery Companies immediately pre and post-Reformation. Ellie will begin a PhD at the University of York in Autumn 2021 with a WRoCAH studentship, under the supervision of Professor Tim Ayers and Dr Jeanne Nuechterlein.

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