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Funding opportunities

Funding opportunities available to students on our research degree programmes in History:*

AwardValueApplication deadlineDescription
2021/22 Postgraduate Research Global Excellence Scholarships – College of Social Sciences and International Studies – PhD. International tuition fees and an annual maintenance allowance at current Research Council rate of £15,609 per year (2021/22 rate) Sun 9th May 2021 International tuition fees and an annual maintenance allowance at current Research Council rate of £15,609 per year (2021/22 rate)
Exeter Postgraduate Teaching Assistant (PTA) Scholarship in Social Sciences (Specifically Politics, Law, Sociology, Philosophy or Anthropology) Full tuition fees (UK or International) and an annual total (i.e., remuneration and stipend) of £15,609 (2021/22 rate) Sun 9th May 2021 Full tuition fees (UK or International) and an annual total (i.e., remuneration and stipend) of £15,609 (2021/22 rate)
Research-based 3D modelling of Renaissance built environments: workflow, uncertainty and standard. UK rate tuition fees and an annual maintenance allowance at current Research Council rate of £15,609 per year (UKRI stipend rate for 2021/22). Mon 10th May 2021 UK rate tuition fees and an annual maintenance allowance at current Research Council rate of £15,609 per year (UKRI stipend rate for 2021/22). Award holders will also receive a Collaborative Doctoral Partnership maintenance payment of £550 per year and a partial London weighting of £1,000 per year as the partner organisation is in London. The University of Exeter will cover the difference between the UK fee and the International fee.
Shame and Medicine, Art History & Visual Culture - PhD (Wellcome Trust Funded) UK/EU tuition fees and an annual maintenance allowance (£19,919 for year 1) Mon 10th May 2021 Fully funded PhD studentship in Art History and Visual Culture as part of the Wellcome Trust funded Shame and Medicine Project based at the University of Exeter in the Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health.
Sanctuary Scholarship Full tuition fee waiver plus annual living cost grant Fri 21st May 2021 The Sanctuary Scholarship scheme enables individuals seeking asylum and refugees who are not able access student finance to study at the University of Exeter.
Sports Scholarship Scheme up to £3,000 plus additional support services worth £3,500 Mon 31st May 2021 Sports scholarships are awarded to students of outstanding sporting ability who show evidence of achievement at international level in their chosen sport.
University of Exeter Alumni Scholarship 2021/22 10% reduction in the first year tuition fee There is no application for this award. You will be automatically considered. A tuition fee discount for University of Exeter alumni who start a postgraduate degree with us in 2021/22
University of Exeter Class of 2021 Progression Scholarship 10% reduction in the first year tuition fee There is no application for this award. You will be automatically considered. A tuition fee discount for current University of Exeter students completing a degree in 2021 and progressing directly to a standalone postgraduate programme with us in 2021/22
Fulbright Scholarships: Postgraduate Student Awards - 2021/22 competition Full tuition fee waiver for one year of Masters / PhD & living stipend Deadline passed
(Tue 13th Oct 2020)
Our UK Partnership award with Fulbright is available for Masters or Doctoral students who are USA or dual USA:UK citizens wishing to study at the University. The award takes the form of a tuition fee waiver for the first year of graduate study (either Masters or PhD) and a living stipend. We also accept scholars in receipt of Fulbright 'Open Awards' (also referred to as the All Disciplines Award).
From ‘Feed The Birds’ to ‘Do Not Feed the Animals’ Department of Sociology, Philosophy and Anthropology PhD: Wellcome Trust/SSIS studentship. [UK/EU and international] tuition fees and an annual maintenance allowance at current Wellcome Trust rate of £19,919 per year Deadline passed
(Mon 30th Nov 2020)
From 'Feed the Birds' to 'Do Not Feed the Animals' (DNFTA) is a transdisciplinary research programme, investigating how, when and why humans feed other animals - and the consequences of these habits for human-animal relations, health and the environment.
South West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership AHRC PhD Studentship UK tuition fees for eligible students and a maintenance grant of £15,285 (2020/21) Deadline passed
(Mon 25th Jan 2021)
UK tuition fees for eligible students and a maintenance grant of £15,285 (2020/21)
*Please note that if you have submitted an application to one of our MPhil/PhD programmes you will not automatically be considered for funding. You must submit a separate funding application, including all required supporting documents, via the link provided in each award to be considered for that award.