Wednesday, December 14, 2011


Closing date for expressions of interest: 9 January 2012

The University of Warwick is offering a number of Postgraduate Research Scholarships across all its faculties. These will also be open on a competitive basis to applicants in the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance. In general, these scholarships (e.g., the Chancellor’s Scholarships and the Chancellor’s International Scholarships) provide the remission of fees and a maintenance allowance, without teaching or other obligations. Full information on these scholarships is outlined at

The Centre for the Study of the Renaissance is the largest interdisciplinary centre of its kind in the UK, with over 30 academic staff members having interests and expertise in the period 1300–1650. Supervision can be offered in (and across) most fields, including Classics, English, French Studies, Italian, History, and History of Art (see The Centre has a vibrant research culture, including a lively seminar series (STVDIO), a number of major international research projects, and strong connections with other institutions and associations, such as the Warburg Institute in London, the University of Venice, the University of Bonn, the Newberry Library in Chicago, and the Renaissance Society of America.

The Centre invites applications from both UK and overseas applicants. In order to compete for Warwick’s Postgraduate Research Scholarships, applicants will need to follow the steps outlined below. Materials will need to reach the the Director of Graduate Studies, Dr David Lines ( by 9 January 2012.


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