School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography: writing-up bursaries 2017

The School has funding for a limited number of writing-up bursaries during Hilary Term 2017 to those in the final stages of writing up their DPhil theses in order to enable them to submit in a timely manner. The maximum amount available in any one bursary will be £1500. 

  • In order to qualify for the gathered field assessment, the student must:
  • be registered in SAME;
  • not have been a previous recipient of a writing-up bursary;
  • have been confirmed in the status of DPhil student;
  • present a written case outlining their economic need, including a budget justification and details of any scholarships or grants they have received while doing their DPhil;
  • ask their supervisor or supervisors to write to Kate Atherton with an email of support; and
  • give a written undertaking to submit their DPhil within six months of receiving the bursary and a promise to return the bursary should they fail to do so, without good cause, within eight months.

Students wishing to apply for a bursary should write to Kate Atherton with supporting materials and budget submission by the end of 3 February 2017.

Dipankara Buddha statues belonging to the Dhakhwa clan, displayed for the Buddhist festival (celebrating donations to monastics) of Panchadan (2008, David Gellner)

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