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The Duncan and Morag MacLean Studentship, UK

Studentship at the University of Glasgow for Masters Studies in Celtic and Gaelic Studies

Study Subject: Celtic and Gaelic Studies
Employer: University of Glasgow
Level:Graduate
Description: Roinn na Ceiltis is na Gàidhlig / Celtic and Gaelic at the University of Glasgow invites applications for a newly established postgraduate studentship from a suitable graduate student in need of financial support in respect of living expenses and / or fees. Applicants should normally have been accepted for a postgraduate Masters programme in Celtic and Gaelic Studies at the University of Glasgow and have career interests in teaching, education or research (broadly defined).

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The award for session 2011-2012 is tenable for one year only to enable the successful candidate to complete a Master’s postgraduate programme. The award will not normally be renewed except in exceptional circumstances. The value of the studentship for next session (2011-2012) should be in the region of £9,000.

Applications should be sent by post or email to Professor Roibeard Ó Maolalaigh, Head of Subject, Roinn na Ceiltis is na Gàidhlig / Celtic and Gaelic, 3 University Gardens, G12 8QQ,
1. A fully collated curriculum vitae including the names and addresses (also email) of two referees (bound copies are not necessary).
2. A covering letter explaining why you wish to be considered for this Studentship, detailing any other funding secured and/or applied for in connection with your PG Master’s programme.
3. A brief outline of your current research interests (approx. one page).

application Deadline:1 July 2011

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