Cardiff University School of Welsh Postgraduate Bursaries (Partial Scholarship/Bursary)
Reference Number: P365
Key Award Information
The School of Welsh offers several scholarships for postgraduate students, including the Celia Thomas Scholarship, the Glyn and May Ashton Scholarship, and the Islwyn Memorial Scholarship. The first two scholarships may be awarded to students working in any field related to Welsh language and literature; the third is restricted to those researching into 19th century Welsh literature, the literary or religious history of Welsh-speaking Gwent, or the work of the poet, Islwyn.
The amount of each scholarship varies from year to year. Normally, the scholarships are worth up to £3000.
Number of Awards Available: 3
Residency: This award is open to students of all nationalities.
Academic Criteria: Graduates in Welsh or other Humanities and Social Science subjects who have been accepted onto courses in the School of Welsh are eligible to apply.
How to Apply
Applicants for a scholarship will have already been accepted for postgraduate study in the School of Welsh. An application form should be submitted in Welsh or English.
- Master's applicants should outline the proposed area of study and their plans for the dissertation.
- Research applicants should give the proposed title for their thesis and an explanation of the scope and significance of the proposed research.
Application Deadline: 30th June each year.
For more information on postgraduate scholarships, please see the School of Welsh website.