Saraswati Dalmia Scholarship for Home/EU and Overseas Students at SOAS, University of London in UK, 2014

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SOAS, University of London is offering one research scholarship for MPhil/PhD student undertaking research in modern and contemporary Indian art. Scholarship is awarded for one year and it is not renewable. The value of the scholarship is £4,095 to be used towards tuition fees. Home/EU and International students are eligible for this MPhil/PhD scholarship. Applicants must have an offer of admission in the Department of History of Art and Archaeology by the scholarship application deadline. Application must be submitted by 31 January 2014.. This scholarship has been established with a donation by her daughter Yashodhara Dalmia, an art historian and an independent curator based in New Delhi. She has written widely on art and her several publications include Amrita Sher-Gil – A Life (Penguin/Viking, 2006), which is a comprehensive account of the life of one of India’s first modern artists. Her book The Making of Modern Indian Art: The Progressives (Oxford University Press, 2001), is regarded as the definitive account of a seminal phase of Indian art history.. Scholarship is available to MPhil/PhD student for undertaking research at SOAS, University of London in UK.
The research areas of this scholarship are: Scholarship is awarded for MPhil/PhD programmes in the Department of History of Art and Archaeology (new admissions), which involves undertaking research in the field of modern and contemporary Indian art.
Who can apply to this scholarship?
· Open to Home/EU and overseas applicants.
· Applicants are expected to have an outstanding academic record, usually a 2.1 or first in their undergraduate degree and must normally possess or expect to be awarded a Merit or Distinction in their Masters Degree.
· Full
· time OR part
· time MPhil/PhD in the Department of History of Art and Archaeology (new admissions), which involves undertaking research in the field of modern and contemporary Indian art.
· Applicants currently enrolled on the first or second year of the full
· time (or part
· time equivalent) MPhil/PhD will also be considered but will not be given preference.
· Open to full and part
· time programmes.
· New applicants to the MPhil/PhD programmes in the Department of History of Art and Archaeology (new admissions
· starting in September 2014), must 1.have an offer of admission in the Department of History of Art and Archaeology by the scholarship application deadline. 2.have demonstrated in the research proposal of your application for admission that your research is in the field of modern and contemporary Indian art.
Benefits of the scholarship: The value of the scholarship is £4,095 to be used towards tuition fees.
More information about the fellowship:
Duration: The scholarship is offered for one year only and is not renewable.
Number of scholarships: There is one Saraswati Dalmia Scholarship for a MPhil/PhD student.

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