Fully funded Archaeology Studentships
Part-time: not available
Prospective PG students (inc. current UG): available
Current PG students: not available
Entry year: 2020/21
Postgraduate taught: available
Postgraduate research: not available
2 scholarships available
Application deadline: 4 July 2020
About the scholarship
Two Master's Studentship Awards for students starting September 2020.
- Applications open: 05/03/2020
- Closing date: 04/07/2020
- Provisional decision: 11/07/2020 (may be subject to conditions, such as dissertation grade)
Are you looking for the next step after graduation, or uncertain how to develop the skills which employers are searching for? A Masters degree from the School of Archaeological and Forensic Sciences, University of Bradford, will prepare you for real-world employment, enhance practical and scientific skills, and involve you in cutting-edge research.
We are currently offering two funded studentships:
Studentships can be used to study for any of our Masters courses:
- MA in Archaeology & Identity
- MSc in Archaeological Sciences
- MSc in Human Osteology and Palaeopathology
- MSc in Forensic Archaeology and Crime Scene Investigation
- MSc in Landscape Archaeology and Digital Heritage
- British Antarctic Territories
- British Indian Ocean Territory
- British Virgin Islands
- Cayman Islands
- Cyprus (European Union)
- Czech Republic
- Falkland Islands (Malvinas)
- French Guiana
- Ireland, the Republic of
- Mayotte (French Territorial Collectivity)
- Northern Ireland
- Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oenno Islands
- St Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha
- Turks & Caicos Islands
How to apply
The deadline for applications is midnight on 04 July 2020.
Applicants must hold an offer from their chosen Programme.
- AHRC Heritage Consortium Master’s Studentship
- School of Archaeological and Forensic Sciences Endowed Scholarship
Completed applications forms should be emailed to FOLSArchSci@bradford.ac.uk by midnight, 04 July 2020, using the subject line ‘SAFS Scholarship’.
Closing date: 4 July 2020.
Find out more
Our Masters programmes are taught by world-leading experts whose research revolves around three themes: Social and biological identities; Archaeological and heritage sciences; and Landscape and settlement archaeology. Our facilities include Bradford Visualisation, which specialises in survey, imaging, digitisation and visualisation for heritage research; our Isotope laboratory; the Biological Anthropology Research Centre (BARC), with the largest collection of human skeletal remains of any UK university (over 4,000 skeletons); and new, state-of-the-art teaching and research labs, including an Anatomy Suite and Virtual Autopsy table.
By the end of the Master’s programme, you will have gained specialist knowledge and practical skills which will prepare you for a career in archaeology or forensics, and equip you with transferable skills for other disciplines, industries, or for further research.