Find out about the latest research awards, prizes and other graduate news.
PhD Archaeology student Owain Mason, Phd Classics student Amy Bratton and PhD History student Malcolm Craig have won through to the College round of the 3-minute thesis competition (3MT®).
Andrew Phemister, a first year PhD student in History, has won a highly sought-after bursary from the British Association for Irish Studies.
The entry deadline for our great 3 Minute Thesis competition has been extended to 15 May, with the event itself now being held on 21 May. Six competitors have already come forward...
What does protecting our environmental and cultural heritage have in common with spying on terrorists, or seeking to improve airline safety? “Similar political and organisational challenges”, says Honorary Research Fellow, Malcolm Cooper.
History, Classics and Archaeology PhD students are being invited to take part in the School heat of the world-renowned 3 Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition.
A virtual ‘open day’ will be held, 3-4pm, Saturday 20 April, for distance learners interested in our new online MSc History programme.
The School of History, Classics and Archaeology is proud to report that two postgraduate students have been awarded prestigious prizes.
Are you interested in studying for a postgraduate degree by distance learning? The School is launching a flexible, online Masters in September!
This is a fully-funded Ph.D. Studentship starting September 2013 for research contributing to the Leverhulme-funded research project ‘Artisans and the Craft Economy in Scotland c.1780-1914.’ (Principal Investigator, Dr Stana Nenadic; Project Postdoctoral Researcher, Dr Sally Tuckett).
Six new Master's scholarships, open to all applicants for the School’s MSc degrees in History, Classics and Archaeology.
Our new MSc programmes in Contemporary History and Eighteenth Century Cultures are open for applications for September 2012 entry. The MSc in Late Antique, Islamic and Byzantine Studies will invite applications in the Spring.
Many funding opportunities for 2012/13 are now open, with more to follow shortly.
The Carnegie Trust for the Universities of the Scotland has awarded Robbie Maxwell, a research student in history, the Robertson Medal for the most outstanding application to the trust for doctoral funding in 2010.
Remy Duthille, who in late 2009 completed his PhD in History has been awarded the "Prix Louis Forest en lettres et civilisations étrangères".
The Scottish History Society has awarded its annual Postgraduate Prize for 2010 to Cathryn Spence, a doctoral candidate in History.
A photo gallery of our November Graduation party in 2010.
In August 2010, some staff and all of our graduate students relocated into our new building.
This article was published on May 22, 2013