We welcome students from all backgrounds and have a longstanding tradition of supporting innovative, cross-disciplinary and forward-looking Masters programmes and PhD projects. Our research student community is international, diverse, and plays a key role in the research culture of the Faculty, with staff and students working together on new initiatives. Students in Arts and Humanities can participate in the wider culture of the University through Stirling Graduate School, and Stirling is also an active participant in developing training opportunities via the Scottish Graduate School of the Arts and Humanities. We are happy to answer queries from current and prospective students. We look forward to hearing from you.
The Arts and Humanities faculty currently has 45 funded PhD students for the 2017/18 session. The most popular funding opportunities have come through the;
Other possible scholarships include the;
For further details on scholarships and postgraduate funding you are welcome to make a search on the University of Stirling Scholarship Finder.
Dr Emma Macleod, Director of Graduate Studies