Applications for the Saraswati Dalmia Scholarship are now invited. This call is intended to students from all nations. He or she must be planning to pursue education within the Department of History of Art and Archaeology at SOAS, University of London, which involves undertaking research in the field of modern and contemporary Indian art.
There is one Saraswati Dalmia Scholarship for an MPhil/PhD student undertaking research in modern and contemporary Indian art. The scholarship will be used towards tuition fees. The scholarship is for one year only and is not renewable.
Successful candidate will receive £4,396 to be used towards tuition fees.
Level and Area of Studies
Full-time and part-time program within the Department of History of Art and Archaeology, which involves undertaking research in the field of modern and contemporary Indian art.
Place of Study
At SOAS, University of London, UK
Eligibility and Criteria
- 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.
- New applicants to the MPhil/PhD programme in the Department of History of Art and Archaeology (new admissions, starting in September).
- Have an offer of admission in the Department of History of Art and Archaeology by the scholarship application deadline.
- Have demonstrated in the research proposal of their application for admission that their research is in the field of modern and contemporary Indian art.
- Meet the English language condition of their offer of admission to study at SOAS as soon as possible but no later than 1 June. If applicant’s offer is conditional on English, please arrange English test and ensure they meet the English requirements as soon as possible.
There is no nationality restriction.
Application should be made through the online system at the website and application link below.
31 January 2019.