Are you an aspiring researcher seeking to make a positive impact on society through higher education? If so, the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) is offering a fantastic opportunity for international students like you! Established in 1913, ACU is the world’s oldest network of universities, boasting over 500 member institutions across more than 50 countries, all part of the Commonwealth.
The ACU is committed to fostering a global partnership for the advancement of education. Currently, they are offering two prestigious PhD scholarships with a maximum value of £5,500 each. This is your chance to take your research to the next level and make a meaningful difference in the world!
- All international students can apply.
- Applications are welcomed from various disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, with a preference for subjects usually covered by the Round Table journal, such as politics, international relations, economics, geography, law, development studies, and area studies.
To be eligible for the first studentship, you must be a registered PhD student from a UK university (not necessarily a UK citizen). For the second studentship, you must be a registered PhD student from an ACU member university in a Commonwealth country other than the UK. Chevening and Commonwealth Scholarship alumni who are PhD students at any Commonwealth university outside the UK are also eligible to apply.
How to Apply:
To apply for this prestigious scholarship, you must first submit your admission application to your preferred university. Once done, download the Routledge/Round Table Studentship Awards application form, fill it out, and send it to [email protected]. Before applying, carefully review the available courses, host institutions, and entry requirements.
- Summarize your proposed research topic for the Routledge/Round Table Studentship Awards (100-400 words).
- Describe your intended outcomes if you succeed in receiving the award (100-400 words).
- Explain the likely impact of your research and why it is essential (100-400 words).
- Outline how the scholarship would benefit your research (100-400 words).
- Provide the names of two referees, one of whom should be your current PhD/DPhil supervisor.
The lucky recipients of the scholarship will receive £4,000 GBP upon the announcement of the awards. The remaining £1,500 GBP will be awarded upon the completion of post-studentship requirements.
So, if you’re a driven and ambitious PhD student with a passion for making a difference through your research, don’t miss this incredible opportunity! Apply now and take your academic journey to new heights with the Association of Commonwealth Universities. The application deadline is 28 July 2023, so act fast and secure your chance to shine on the global stage of higher education. Good luck!