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International PhD Fees Scholarship (JOMEC Funded)

Under the scheme one or more awards will be made annually to the most outstanding applicant(s), although eligibility is limited to those international students who do not manage to secure other sources of funding. The new scholarships will cover part or all of the cost of International PhD Fees.

To be considered, applicants must notify the PhD Administrator of the School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies before the end of July. They should only do this if they have been unable to secure other sources of funding to cover fees. Further Information

Knowledge Economy Skills Scholarships (KESS)

The Knowledge Economy Skills Scholarships project supports collaborative Doctoral and Research Masters awards in Welsh Universities

Dorothy Hodgkins Postgraduate Awards

The University offers a number of studentships under the Dorothy Hodgkins Postgraduate Awards.

Research Council UK: Dorothy Hodgkins Postgraduate Awards

Arts and Humanities Research Council

The Arts and Humanities Research Council offers funding to research student in the Arts and Social Sciences. Please visit the AHRC's website for further information on the Masters and Doctoral Funding Schemes.

AHRC Website: Doctoral Funding

Overseas Research Students Award Scheme

Overseas Research Students may be eligible for an ORSAS award. Please see the UUK website for further details.

Cardiff University Website: Overseas Research Students Awards 2008

Overseas Research Students Awards Scheme

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council

Canadian citizens may be eligible to apply for to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) for Doctoral Fellowships and the Canada Graduate Scholarships (CGS) Program: Doctoral Scholarships.

SSHRC Website

Programme Al├čan

Latin American students may be eligible for ALBAN funding, which is held annually for postgraduates.

ALBAN Website

The James Pantyfedwen Foundation

The James Pantyfedwen foundation is a scholarship opportunity for Welsh applicants. The award aims to pay the course fees for students taking part in Postgraduate study.

In order for applicants to be eligible to apply for the scholarship, applicants must have had a permanent address in Wales, during the 3 years immediately proceeding the date of application, and must also meet the following criteria:

(i) born in wales, (ii) one or both parents born in wales, (iii) been in school in wales.

For further details visit the foundation's web site, which have clear guidelines on how to apply.

James Pantyfedwen Foundation