The IHR offers several bursaries and partial bursaries to study on its MA History, Place and Community.  

SAS Convocation Trust Bursary

What is Available?

The Convocation Trust originated from the University of London Convocation, the association of graduates established by Charter in 1858, which ran until 2003. The Trust was constituted in 1953 with funds provided by members of Convocation and continues to be supported by generous donations from alumni and philanthropists. The Convocation Trust Bursary aims to support students from underrepresented groups. 

There are two awards of £10,000 each available for MA History Place and Community applicants only. 

Eligibility

The primary criterion on which applications are judged is academic merit.  The successful applicant will be of exceptional quality, evidenced by previous academic achievement at undergraduate level or by publications or equivalent work in history or related disciplines.    

Successful applicants will have a genuine and demonstrable interest in undertaking a master’s degree at the School of Advanced Study.  In addition, awards are open to students who are:

  • self-funded and domiciled in the UK, European Union (EU) or overseas
  • studying full-time or part-time for a maximum of one year
  • planning to undertake the MA History Place and Community
  • applications will be particularly welcomed from individuals from groups that are evidentially under-represented among the SAS taught masters population

How to Apply

 

Deadline

20 March 2024

IHR British Friends Centenary Bursary

About

The British Friends of the IHR generously donated funds to the Institute to celebrate the IHR Centenary in 2021.  These funds support students undertaking the MA History Place and Community.

There is one bursary awarded annually, which covers 50% of the total tuition fees for the programme.

Eligibility

The primary criterion on which applications are judged is academic merit.  The successful applicant will be of exceptional quality, evidenced by previous academic achievement at undergraduate level or by publications or equivalent work in history or related disciplines.    

Successful applicants will have a genuine and demonstrable interest in undertaking a master’s degree at the School of Advanced Study.  In addition, awards are open to students who are:

  • self-funded and domiciled in the UK
  • studying full-time or part-time
  • planning to undertake the MA History Place and Community
  • applications will be particularly welcomed from individuals from groups that are evidentially under-represented among the SAS taught masters population

How to Apply

Deadline

20 March 2024