TheDurham University is providing Bamburgh Library Fellowships to be used up prior to completion of 2018 with the generous assistance of the Lord Crewe’s Charity.
The goal of the fellowships is to additional understanding of the history of the Bamburgh Library, its contents and its previous owners, and to support the dissemination of this understanding to scholastic and non-academic audiences.
DurhamUniversity is unique– a domestic Collegiate university with long customs and modern-day worths. They look for the greatest difference in research study and scholarship and are dedicated to quality in all elements of education and transmission of understanding.
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TheUniversity accepts IELTS, TOEFL iBT, Cambridge Proficiency (CPE), Cambridge Advanced (CAE) and the Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic as chosen English Language efficiency tests.
- ApplicationDeadline: May25, 2018
- CourseLevel: Fellowships are offered to pursue research study.
- StudySubject: The focus of the proposed research study should be the Bamburgh Library collection, held at Palace Green Library.
- ScholarshipAward: Each fellow will get ₤ 1,500 to travel and lodging and have the ability to utilize Durham University’s comprehensive unique collections, along with to material held at DurhamCathedral and UshawCollege. However, the focus of the proposed research study should be the Bamburgh Library collection, held at Palace Green Library.
- Nationality: International students are qualified to use for this fellowship.
- Number of Scholarships: Up to 2 fellowships are offered.
- Scholarship can be taken in the UK
Eligibilityfor the Scholarship:
EligibleCountries: International students are qualified to use for this fellowship.
EntranceRequirements: To be qualified for this scholarship you need to fulfill the list below requirements:
The award is open to candidates with a scholastic background (from PhD trainee to senior personnel) in any discipline and to library specialists with an interest in book or library history or practice-based research study. Please keep in mind that fellows will have to make their own plans for travel and lodging. Fellows likewise have to guarantee their eligibility to work in the UK prior to making plans.
EnglishLanguage Requirements: TheUniversity accepts IELTS, TOEFL iBT, Cambridge Proficiency (CPE), Cambridge Advanced (CAE) and the Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic as chosen English Language efficiency tests. All certifications need to usually be taken within 2 years of the start of the scholastic program (other than where an extension uses, please see footnote listed below for information) to fulfill the scholastic requirements of the University.
How to Apply: If you are interested in using for among the fellowships, please send us the following details:
- A summary of your proposed research study while at Durham (max. 3 sides of A4), which must include:.
- An summary of the task
- A list of products in the collection appropriate to your research study
- An description of how your research study relates particularly to the Bamburgh Library, the Lord Crewe’s Charity, or to members of the Sharp household
- A proposition for the dissemination of your research study
- How the research study will assist even more our understanding of the library, collection, and/ or its history
- Preferred dates for using up the fellowship
Enquiries and propositions must be directed to Dr Danielle Westerhof, Rare Books Librarian (BamburghLibrary) at danielle.m.westerhof-at- durham.ac.uk.
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