For anyone in looking for support for postgraduate study in translation, this looks like a good opportunity:
The School of Modern Languages and Cultures at Durham University is pleased to announce a range of funding opportunities for postgraduate study in Translation Studies both at MA and PhD level in 2010/11.
1. Two AHRC Studentships are being offered by the School under the Block Grant Partnership: a PhD studentship and a Masters studentship in Translation Studies. AHRC studentships cover tuition fees and maintenance (for UK students, tuition fees only for EU students) and are available for full- and part-time study.
1. Eight prestigious Durham Doctoral Studentships are being offered by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. Durham Doctoral Studentships cover tuition fees, maintenance in line with the national Research Council rate, and a research training support grant, and are available for full- and part-time study.
2. Up to two Doctoral Studentships are being offered by the School of Modern Languages and Cultures. MLAC Doctoral Studentships cover tuition fees and include a stipend and a package of undergraduate teaching.
3. Up to ten MA Scholarships (by research) are being offered by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. MA Scholarships cover tuition fees at the UK/EU rate.
Candidates wishing to be considered for funding must have submitted an online application to the University by 5pm (GMT) on Monday 15 March 2010. Applications received after this time will not be considered for funding. Full details of funding opportunities, eligibility criteria, and the application process can be found on the School's website: