Saturday, November 10, 2012

PhD at Warwick University


PhD Italian (Lavoro Estero)

scritto da Warwick's Italian Department, 08.11.2012, 12:56

Doctoral Fellowship
University of Warwick -Department of Italian

The Italian Department at the University of Warwick is offering one Doctoral Fellowship to an outstanding applicant for 2013-16.

Currently the Department has fourteen PhD students, making it one of the largest programmes in the country. Together with other departments in the Sub-Faculty of Modern Languages (French Studies, German Studies, Hispanic Studies) it offers intensive training programmes in teaching and research for PhD students. Italian also has a considerable and growing number of postdoctoral research fellows and strong interdepartmental and international links, from Italy, Germany and the Netherlands to North America and Australia. Fuller details about the Department, staff, and research interests, as well as the current cohort of PhD students and Research Fellows, are available at:

Awards available: 1 award available

Funding Details: The fellowship covers all academic/tuition fees. In addition, the successful applicant will receive a maintenance grant of around £13,600 (currently US $21,900) per year for the three years of the award to cover living expenses. The doctoral fellow will be expected to contribute to Departmental teaching and other activities up to a maximum of 6 hours per week during term time as part of the conditions of the award.

Length of Award: 3 years (PhD)

Eligibility: This studentship is fully funded for UK/EU/Overseas students

Application Details:

The Italian Department invites enquiries and applications from candidates of any nationality or place of origin. Applicants should possess, or be about to receive, an MA degree or equivalent. The Doctoral Fellowship will be assigned on the basis of outstanding academic performance, the quality of the research proposal, and promise of scholarly excellence.

Full details on how to apply are available by accessing the Apply link below.

Deadline: Monday, 3 December 2012