Jewish Studies Funding Opportunities
MA Jewish Studies Fee Bursaries
This is a home/EU fees bursary for MA students who make Jewish Studies topics their main study focus. Three bursaries will be awarded each year on a competitive basis. There are no eligibility criteria based on nationality, but please note that the bursary is restricted to the maximum cost of home/EU fees.
Eligible programme: MA in Religions and Theology.
Eligible modes of study: full time study and (where available) part time (students wishing to apply in this round must start in 2017).
In order to become eligible for the Jewish Studies Fee Bursary competition, applicants must
1 have applied to the MA programme (see below);
2 commit themselves to making Jewish Studies a prime focus of their MA study, by allocating at least 60 credits to topics in Jewish Studies. This must include the MA dissertation.
The competition is open to all students who fulfil the formal criteria for the MA programme.
Up to three successful candidates are selected by a committee drawn from the members of the Centre for Jewish Studies on the basis of their academic record and the strength of their “case for support” on the funding application form.
How to Apply for the Jewish Studies Fee Bursary:
1. submission of the online application to the Religions and Theology MA programme and the MA Funding Application Form by 5pm on Friday 3 February 2017; and
Notification of Results: Successful candidates will be notified by the middle of March 2017.
For informal enquiries please contact Professor Alex Samely (firstname.lastname@example.org)
For other types of funding, please visit the links below:
Research Council scholarship (MA-plus-PhD)
MA funding opportunities are also available within the AHRC competition of the North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership, of which Manchester University is part. These awards are called “Research Preparation Masters”. Please note that students will have to identify a “pathway” committee on the application form. CJS staff will be happy to advise you on this. The AHRC scholarship is available only as part of a combined MA-plus-PhD application (“1+3” years).
Manchester University students who recently graduated with a first class degree are eligible for a substantial fee reduction for MA programmes.