21.4777, Support: General Ling: PhD/Masters Students, U. of Oxford, United Kingdom

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Subject: 21.4777, Support: General Ling: PhD/Masters Students, U. of Oxford, United Kingdom

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Date: 26-Nov-2010
From: Mary Dalrymple [mary.dalrymple at ling-phil.ox.ac.uk]
Subject: General Linguistics: PhD/Masters Students, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
 

	
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Date: Sun, 28 Nov 2010 21:36:29
From: Mary Dalrymple [mary.dalrymple at ling-phil.ox.ac.uk]
Subject: General Linguistics: PhD/Masters Students, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

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Institution/Organization: University of Oxford 
Department: Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics 
Web Address: http://www.ling-phil.ox.ac.uk/ 

Level: PhD 

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics 
 

Description:

The Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics at the University of Oxford will 
offer the Basant Kumar and Sarala Birla Graduate Studentship for DPhil study 
beginning in 2011.  The Birla Studentship provides the full tuition and college fee, and 
a maintenance grant commensurate to the national minimum doctoral stipend of the 
UK Research Councils, for three years. All applicants are eligible.

We will also offer two AHRC Doctoral Studentships (funding for three years) and two 
AHRC Master's Studentships (funding for two years) for study beginning in 2011.  
AHRC Studentships are held by students from the UK and EU: the studentship 
covers full-time fees and maintenance for UK students, and fees only for EU 
students outside the UK.

Clarendon Scholarships provide funding for study at Oxford by students from 
countries outside the EU, and cover full-time fees and maintenance.  We anticipate 
that we will be able to offer one or two Clarendon Scholarships for Master's or DPhil 
study in linguistics.

Students interested in being considered for these studentships must submit their 
applications by 21 January 2011.  All applicants will be considered for the Birla 
Studentship.  For the AHRC Studentships and Clarendon Scholarships, applicants 
must indicate their interest on the application form.  For more information on graduate 
funding for the study of linguistics at Oxford, please consult:

http://www.ling-phil.ox.ac.uk/funding

Information for prospective graduate students is available here:

http://www.ling-phil.ox.ac.uk/pros_graduates 

Application Deadline: 21-Jan-2011 

Web Address for Applications: https://apply.embark.com/grad/Oxford/ 

Contact Information: 
	Mrs Kate Dobson 
	kate.dobson at ling-phil.ox.ac.uk  



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