ARE YOU OR YOUR STUDENTS THINKING OF A DOCTORATE IN MEDICAL HUMANITIES?
The Durham Centre for Medical Humanities is keen to support applications to the University’s various sources of funding for students holding, or expecting to hold, a first degree at 2:i level in relevant disciplines across the humanities, social sciences or medical sciences.
The deadline for applications for most sources of funding falls early in 2013, mostly around February. If you have an idea or general area of interest for future study that you think falls within the remit of the Medical Humanities, do contact the Centre or an appropriate member of academic staff to discuss and develop your ideas further.
Centre information can be found here.
Generic information on postgraduate study at Durham University is here.
Supported by the Centre for Medical Humanities, you will join a vibrant community of post-graduates coming from a range of relevant disciplines. All doctoral students will be formally registered through an academic department, and subject to the rules of that Faculty. The Centre provides an umbrella inter-disciplinary forum for exploring ideas and research in innovative and creative directions through dialogue and exchange of ideas across disciplinary expertise.
The Faculty of Social Sciences:
Detailed information on postgraduate study within the Faculty of Social Sciences and Health is here, including overview information on a wide range of possible funding sources, including the ESRC funded North East Doctoral Training Centre.
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities:
Detailed information on postgraduate study within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities is available here, including funding through a block grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council.