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Saraswati Dalmia Scholarship 2017-18

Deadline: 31-Jan-2017

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Saraswati Dalmia Scholarship 2017-18 has been established with a donation by her daughter Yashodhara Dalmia, an art historian and an independent curator based in New Delhi. She has written widely on art and her several publications include Amrita Sher-Gil – A Life (Penguin/Viking, 2006), which is a comprehensive account of the life of one of India’s first modern artists. Its objective is to provide an opportunity to the post graduates students and helps a contribution towards fees up to £4,191. The scholarship is for one year only and is not renewable.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

  • Open to full and part-time programmes.
  • Full-time or part-time PhD students who involve undertaking research in the field of Indian art from 1500 up to the present day. Preference will be given to those who undertake research in the field of modern and contemporary Indian art.
  • Students enrolled in the first year of the full-time (or part-time equivalent) PhD will also be considered but will not be given preference.

HOW TO APPLY

Application can be done online, by post or by email with the following steps:
Online:

Step 1: Create an account.
Step 2: Attach a letter, resume.
Step 3: Now attach research proposal, it should be around 1000 to 2000 words.
Step 4: Upload scanned copies of graduate and post graduate mark sheets, also attach any awarded degrees you hold (If not in English, the documents must be accompanied by official translations from the institution or provided by a recognised translator).
Step 5: Submit the form online.

By post:
Step 1:
 Download and fill the form.
Step 2: Attach a letter, resume.
Step 3: Now attach research proposal, it should be around 1000 to 2000 words.
Step 4: Upload scanned copies of graduate and post graduate mark sheets, also attach any awarded degrees you hold (If not in English, the documents must be accompanied by official translations from the institution or provided by a recognised translator).
Step 5: Send it to the given address:

Doctoral School
SOAS, University of London
Thornhaugh Street
Russell Square
London WC1H 0XG

By email:
Step 1: Download
 the form.
Step 2: Attach a letter, resume.
Step 3: Now attach research proposal, it should be around 1000 to 2000 words.
Step 4: Upload scanned copies of graduate and post graduate mark sheets, also attach any awarded degrees you hold (If not in English, the documents must be accompanied by official translations from the institution or provided by a recognised translator).
Step 5: Email.

MORE INFORMATION

Documents to be attached:

  • A letter that explains your motivation for applying to SOAS. It is useful here to outline your skills and experiences that will be relevant to your time at SOAS and how you will perform as a student at the school. You should aim to write about a page but if you wish to write more you are free to do so.
  • A resume should cover your formal education and work history. Be sure to include dates and account for any gaps.
  • The Research proposal is a vital part of the application and will be studied in detail by the academic selectors. The proposal should be around 1,000-2,000 words (specific Departmental requirements can be found in their own section of the SOAS website) and include an outline of your proposed research topic, the research method, and the source materials you intend to use.
  • Academic mark sheets.
  • Degree Certificates which include official copies of any awarded degrees you hold. If not in English, the documents must be accompanied by official translations from the institution or provided by a recognised translator.
  • English Language proficiency.
  • Academic References of yours which have been in education in the past three years we will require two academic references from your most recent place of study. If you are currently studying for a Masters Degree (or equivalent) then we require two academic references from your Masters tutors/lecturers. If you have been out of education for three years we can consider references from an earlier time or from your current place of work but you should attempt to source referees who can provide relevant recommendations to the research programme you are applying for. References from family members or friends are not acceptable.

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