NewsWellcome Trust Master's Programme awards for the M.Sc. in Health History
The Centre for the Social History of Health and Healthcare (CSHHH) Glasgow invites applications for funded studentships on its MSc in Health History programme. This is the outcome of an investment by the Wellcome Trust through its Masters programme Awards in Humanities & Social Sciences scheme and additional funding committed by the University of Strathclyde and Glasgow Caledonian University.
Successful candidates will join the programme in September 2022 to study full-time for twelve months, details can be found here.
Awards will be either 'fully-funded' (all fees, a stipend of £15,000 per annum for living expenses, and a research travel budget) or 'fees-only' (all fees and a research travel budget).
The CSHHH Glasgow was established in 2005 as a research collaboration between the University of Strathclyde and Glasgow Caledonian University. It is now Scotland's leading centre for research, training and teaching in the history of health and medicine. It numbers over twenty staff, is home to a lively postgraduate community, and regularly hosts a range of events designed to draw scholars in the field from around the world to connect with its activities; www.strath.ac.uk/cshhh.
Applicants must be strongly committed to building a research career in the Medical Humanities. The CSHHH Glasgow is a diverse and inclusive research environment, so welcomes applications from all sections of the community, in the UK, in the EU, and around the world.
The Centre for the Social History of Health and Healthcare Glasgow is committed to building a diverse and inclusive research environment, so welcomes applications from all sections of the community, in the UK, the EU, and around the world.
To apply, please provide the following:
- A brief cv of no more than one side of A4 that outlines information and achievements relevant to this opportunity. If the outcome of your first degree is yet to be decided please include a transcript of your Honours level marks to date and the title of your dissertation project. If your first degree has been awarded please include the transcript of marks and the title of your dissertation project.
- A clear proposal of no more than 300 words for a Master’s-level research project which is likely to form the foundation for doctoral study. State the central research question and the reasons why the project is likely to provide highly original outcomes in the field.
- The name and address of two academic referees. These should be willing to provide a statement of support for your application if contacted.
All questions should be directed in the first place to the Centre's project manager, Caroline Marley. She should receive completed applications by 22 April 2022. A selection committee will meet to consider applications later that month.