Enrolling for university education has always been a privilege, unfortunately, in many countries. In many cases, enrollment rates are quite high and, therefore, they become prohibitive for many talented students who can earn a lot from this and who can also contribute a lot to social and scientific progress, through their work.
That’s why scholarships and grants were created. While STEM domains (science, math, technology and engineering) are favored today in terms of budget and career opportunities, students interested in humanities can find different forms of financial support. The University of Warwick offers this type of support to students interested in graduate studies (PhD) in history, cultural studies or philosophy.
The CADRE Scholarship (Center for Excellence in Doctoral Research in the Arts) is dedicated to students from the United Kingdom or the EU interested in a doctoral program in Arts and Humanities. The CADRE scholarships help students to carry out their doctoral projects in an interdisciplinary context.
The scholarship covers the tuition costs of the 3.5 years of study and also provides access to a series of opportunities, such as: participating in the annual Postgraduate Arts Research Festival, studying a new language and accessing a different file of the United Kingdom, receive personalized support to develop the academic skills necessary for future professional activities.
The domains for which this scholarship is available include French studies, German studies, Hispanic studies, film and television studies, art history, theater studies, Italian, English and comparative literary studies and philosophy. So, if any of these domains are of your interest and you have a bachelor’s degree or a master’s degree in them, this scholarship may be for you.
Deadline – The application process for the 2019-2020 academic year will open on October 8, 2018. You can find more information about this scholarship at this link.
Degree Type – Graduate degrees are also available online, especially master’s degrees.
If you have difficulty finding financial help for your college education, you may consider joining an accredited online university. Obtaining a university degree online is more affordable and more flexible than attending a traditional study program. The most important thing is to carefully choose the university to which you enroll: you must be an accredited university online, so that your diploma is recognized by other institutions. Some online universities also offer scholarships, which makes it even easier to obtain an online university degree. Whichever way you choose to continue your education, it is always important to find out as much as you can about the student grant before you forward your applications.