The College of Humanities at the University of Exeter, in collaboration with Hong Kong University, is delighted to be offering an excellent funding opportunity for exceptional researchers within the area of the History of Medicine.
This doctoral studentship (open to UK/EU and International students) offers all tuition fees paid plus an annual maintenance grant for three years. The maintenance grant will be £13,863 per year. The studentship is for research within the broad area of empire, disease crises and humanitarianism. This is a collaborative studentship working with Professor Mark Jackson (Exeter, History of Medicine), Professor Andrew Thompson (Exeter, British, Imperial and Global History) and Dr Robert Peckham (Hong Kong University, History of Medicine and Empire). The successful applicant will have the opportunity to study for part of the period at Hong Kong University.
More information about the studentship can be found here.
Deadline for applications is Sunday 10th August 2014.