Funding for taught postgraduate programmes
The following funding is available for postgraduate taught programmes in the School of Modern Languages. For more funding opportunities, see the University’s postgraduate scholarships page.
Master of Letters Scholarships, 2021-22 entry
Forum for Modern Language Studies (FMLS) scholarship
There is one FMLS scholarship available for 2021-2022 academic year for both MLitt and MSt (Res) degrees. This award covers tuition fees up to £9,900.
This award has been made available by the generosity of Forum for Modern Language Studies, an academic journal owned by the University of St Andrews and published by Oxford University Press. Founded in 1965, the journal publishes articles on all aspects of literature, linguistics and culture, from the Middle Ages to the present day. It aims to reflect the essential pluralism of research in modern languages and to provide a forum for worldwide scholarly discussion.
Home/EU and Overseas students are eligible for this award.
How to apply
You do not need to submit a separate application for this scholarship. If you wish to be considered, you must apply for an MLitt or MSt (Res) programme offered by the School of Modern Languages by 14 April 2021.
Malcolm Humble Scholarship
This £4,500 scholarship (covering fees first with the remainder paid towards maintenance) has been made available by the generosity of the late Dr Malcolm Humble’s family in his memory. Dr Humble served as an academic member of staff in the Department of German and this funding aims to support the best qualifying applicant from a UK higher education institution to the MLitt German and Comparative Literature joint programme with the University of Bonn.
UK HEI students enrolled on the MLitt German and Comparative Literature joint programme with the University of Bonn are eligible for this award.
How to apply
The closing date for applications to the MLitt in German & Comparative Literature has now passed, a new date will be announced in 2021.
All applications should be submitted to the University of Bonn via link below.