The Institute of Historical Research administers up to six Research Fellowships in History each year, tenable at the Institute, for PhD candidates who have already completed at least two years’ research on their chosen topic.
- The Fellowships funded by the Royal Historical Society are open to candidates without regard to nationality or academic affiliation.
- The Fellowships funded by the Scouloudi Foundation are open to UK citizens or to candidates with a first degree from an UK university.
The Fellowships will be awarded to doctoral students who are engaged in the completion of a PhD in history (broadly defined) and who will have completed at least two years’ research on their chosen topic (and not more than four years full-time or six years part-time) at the beginning of the session for which the awards are made. Fellowships will normally be tenable for up to one year, but may be awarded for six months to candidates who expect to submit a thesis within that timescale.
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