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Scholarships for PhD Studies in Scotland

posted by Scot McKnight

I received this notification of six new scholarships at the University of St Andrews in the School of Divinity, which involves teaching a language class in the second and third year of the scholarship.

St Mary’s College, The School of
Divinity

Six New
Scholarships to Celebrate 600 Years of Divinity in St Andrews

The School of Divinity at St Mary’s
College, St Andrews, Scotland is offering six PhD scholarships to be taken up
in the Autumn of 2010–or as soon as possible thereafter–to work in the
following fields:

  1. The Matthew Black Scholarship: for a student interested in Old
    Testament / Hebrew Bible
  2. The Donald M. Baillie Scholarship: for a student interested in
    Theology;
  3. The Richard Bauckham Scholarship: for a student interested in
    New Testament;
  4. The Emanuel Tov Scholarship: for a student interested in Old
    Testament / Hebrew Bible Textual Criticism;
  5. The Queen Margaret of Scotland Scholarship: for a student
    interested in any field of Divinity;
  6. The Lady Kenmure Scholarship: for a student interested in any
    field of Divinity.

The scholarships cover home fees for a UK or
EU student, or a contribution of around ?3500 per annum towards overseas fees.
An additional stipend of ?3000 (or ?1000 for the fourth scholarship) is offered
to the recipients. Recipients of the scholarships (1-4) will be asked to teach
one language class in their second and third year of residency or do equivalent
work.

The successful candidates will join a
rapidly expanding School of Divinity postgraduate program.

Candidates for these scholarships are
required to fill out the normal post graduate application forms. Special
attention will be given to the PhD proposal.

Further details can be obtained from: Ms
Margot Clements, Postgraduate Liaison, School of Divinity, St Mary’s College,
St Andrews, Fife KY16 9JU, Scotland, Email: Mc41@st-andrews.ac.uk

The closing date for applications is January
15, 2010.



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James Petticrew

posted November 16, 2009 at 5:48 am


And you could live in Edinburgh and help a new church plant get off the ground! Only joking, if you are from the States, St Andrews is an amazingly beautiful place as is the whole of the Fife Coast, I work for this Diocese of the Scottish Episcoiopal Church and if you are Anglican and interested I would be happy to put you in touch with the SEC churches in St Andrews



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dopderbeck

posted November 16, 2009 at 8:02 am


What do you think of St. Andrews Scot? I know Trevor Hart and Richard Baukham are there



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Scot McKnight

posted November 16, 2009 at 8:59 am


David, I’ve not been there but everything I hear is that it is a fantastic place to develop as a scholar.



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