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Celtic Archaeology


Course Description

This course is designed to allow students to further their undergraduate interest in archaeology or a related subject, and to develop the skills and knowledge needed if they decided to undertake further research into the past. The modular degree scheme includes a choice of specialist modules in aspects of Celtic Archaeology, Theory and Interpretation in Celtic Archaeology and training modules to develop relevant skills.

The programme aims to deepen knowledge of archaeology beyond undergraduate level, with particular emphasis on Celtic archaeology. It provides the opportunity for students to specialise in a particular academic area, so as to gain a close understanding of the archaeological debates around it. The programme acquaints students with relevant archaeological theoretical issues and methods of interpretation and the use of evidence. It also provides the student with the necessary research skills to produce an original piece of work on a chosen topic, under supportive supervision.

Courses
ONE Special Option module chosen from the following:

The Prehistoric Archaeology of the Irish Sea Zone
Celtic Societies in Europe
The Archaeology of the Early Medieval Celtic Churches
Compulsory modules:

Theory and Interpretation in Celtic Archaeology
Initiating a Research Project
Various Skills Option module(s)
One 20,000 word dissertation

Visit the Celtic Archaeology page on the Bangor University website for more details!

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125th Anniversary Scholarships - 20+ Awards

125th Anniversary Research Scholarships£5M investment for up to 125 research studentships and bursaries from Sept ‘09To celebrate our 125th anniversary, Bangor University is launching a five year programme of postgraduate expansion. This starts in 2009-10 when we will invest around £5M in up to 125 research studentships and bursaries, with further expansion and more opportunities to apply for in the future. The new Scholarships scheme offers opportunities to the very best students to work with our leading academics and rising stars across each of our six Colleges: Arts & Humanities
Business, Social Sciences & Law
Education and Lifelong Learning
Natural Sciences
Health & Behavioural Sciences
Physical & Applied SciencesThe majority of the Bangor 125th Anniversary Scholarships will be fully-funded studentships, covering all fees for three years plus an annual maintenance allowance. A number of research studentships will specifically be available for outstanding international students. In addition, there are a large number of Bursary awards worth £6,500 a year and a variety of targeted awards.For further information, and to register your interest at the earliest opportunity, follow the web link below.

Value of Scholarship(s)

Fully-funded research studentships + maintenance allowance

Eligibility

The new Scholarships scheme offers opportunities to the very best students to work with our leading academics and rising stars across each of our six Colleges.

Application Procedure

Initially, follow the web link below to register your interest. Further information will be sent directly.

Further Information

http://www.bangor.ac.uk/scholarships/


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AHRC PhD Studentship in History - Single Award

Applications are invited by the Graduate School of Arts, Education and Humanities at Bangor University for an AHRC PhD Studentship in History beginning on 1st October 2011. Applications for research on any aspect of the history of Wales from the post-Roman period to the present are particularly welcomed. The School of History, Welsh History and Archaeology provides an extremely favourable environment for historical research focused on Wales, and already has a substantial number of PhD students working in this field. Over half of the History teaching staff has major research interests in Welsh history; the University has excellent library holdings in Welsh history and Celtic studies, including numerous periodicals and newspapers as well as early printed books; and the University Archives contain the largest collection of manuscripts and documents in Wales outside the National Library of Wales. However, students wishing to work on other aspects of medieval, early modern and modern history are also encouraged to apply, as the School offers expertise ranging from Norman history through political and religious identities in early modern Britain to twentieth-century urban, American and colonial history. Information on staff and their research interests is available at: http://www.bangor.ac.uk/history/about_the_school/staff/index.php.en?catid=&subid=3800
The School holds regular research seminars, including seminars organised by postgraduate students where they present papers on their work. Postgraduate students also attend and speak at conferences both at Bangor and elsewhere: for example, research students working on Welsh history have regularly given papers at the Harvard Celtic Colloquium.

Value of Scholarship(s)

£13,590

Eligibility

Applicants should hold a distinguished academic record, which will include a Bachelor Degree (or equivalent) and preferably will also include the award of, or current study for, a Masters degree or relevant professional experience. Full-time Doctoral students who qualify for the full AHRC studentship will have their tuition fees paid for and will receive a stipend of £13,590 p.a. AHRC awards are open to UK and to EU applicants. Please be aware that EU applicants may qualify for a fees-only award.

Application Procedure

The application deadline is 5pm on Friday 1st July 2011 and interviews will be held in early August. Applicants *must* apply using the University's Postgraduate On-Line Application Form available here. Please supply all the relevant supporting documents requested on the on-line application form electronically including the research proposal (max. 1000 words) detailing:
(i) relevant research skills and experience (including, for example, I.T. skills, and a brief description of university programme of study to date), and
(ii) the main focus of postgraduate interest, research plans and an understanding of the challenges ahead, and
(iii) whether or not you are applying to other institutions with an AHRC BGP (if so, please state the name of the institution or institutions).

Further Information

http://www.bangor.ac.uk/studentfinance/postgrad/scholarships.php.en#aca


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AHRC One-year Research Preparation Masters (RPM): Welsh/Celtic Studies - Single Award

Applications are invited by the Graduate School of Arts, Education and Humanities at Bangor University for an AHRC one-year Research Preparation Masters (RPM): Welsh/Celtic Studies (one year full-time or two years part-time) beginning on 1st October 2011. This award is designed for students undertaking Masters courses who wish to focus on advanced study and research training related to Welsh/Celtic Studies, and is explicitly intended to provide a foundation for further research at doctoral level. Within the broad discipline of Celtic Studies, Bangor is a recognised centre of excellence for the study of Welsh, and the advanced study may concentrate on any area of Welsh literature from the medieval period to the present. The advanced study may also be comparative in nature, linking the above subject area with related academic disciplines and fields of study such as Welsh History, Religion, Archaeology, Music, English literature, Welsh Writing in English, Arthurian Studies, European Languages, Cultural Studies and Political Theory and Ideology, for example.

Value of Scholarship(s)

Tuition fee + £9490

Eligibility

Applications for the RPM in Welsh/Celtic Studies should have an outstanding undergraduate record of achievement, i.e. a Bachelor Degree (or equivalent). Full-time MA students who qualify for the full AHRC studentship will have their tuition fees paid for and will receive a stipend of £9,490. AHRC awards are open to UK and to EU applicants. Please be aware that EU applicants may qualify for a fees-only award. For more details on eligibility please refer to section 7 and Annexe A of the following document:
http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/FundingOpportunities/Documents/GuidetoStudentFunding.pdf

Application Procedure

The application deadline is 5pm on Friday 1st July 2011 and interviews will be held later in July or early August. Applicants *must* apply using the University's Postgraduate On-Line Application Form available here. In addition to the supporting documents requested on the on-line application form, applicants are also required to provide as an electronic attachment a statement (max. 1000 words) detailing:
(i) relevant research skills and experience (including, for example, I.T. skills, and a brief description of university programme of study to date), and
(ii) the main focus of postgraduate interest, research plans and an understanding of the challenges ahead. You will also need to specify how your advanced study at MA level could be developed into a PhD proposal, and
(iii) whether or not you are applying to other institutions with an AHRC BGP (if so, please state the name of the institution or institutions).

Further Information

http://www.bangor.ac.uk/studentfinance/postgrad/scholarships.php.en#acahttp://www.bangor.ac.uk/studentfinance/postgrad/scholarships.php.en#aca


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AHRC-FUNDED THREE YEAR PHD STUDENTSHIP IN CELTIC STUDIES/WELSH - Single Award

Applications are invited by the Graduate School of Arts, Education and Humanities at Bangor University for an AHRC PhD Studentship in Welsh/Celtic Studies beginning on 1st October 2011. Within the broad discipline of Celtic Studies, Bangor is a recognised centre of excellence for the study of Welsh, and research proposals may concentrate on any area of Welsh literature from the medieval period to the present. Applications for this award may also be comparative in nature, linking the above subject area with related academic disciplines and fields of study such as Welsh History, Religion, Archaeology, Music, English literature, Welsh Writing in English, Arthurian Studies, European Languages, Cultural Studies and Political Theory and Ideology, for example. For further details of the research expertise in the academic schools of the College, see http://www.bangor.ac.uk/caeh/courses_pg.php.en?catid=&subid=5079

Value of Scholarship(s)

Tuition fee + £13,590

Eligibility

Applicants should hold a distinguished academic record, which will include a Bachelor Degree (or equivalent) and preferably will also include the award of, or current study for, a Masters degree or relevant professional experience. Applicants must be able to demonstrate the aptitude to complete successfully a PhD by research within the period of the award. Full-time Doctoral students who qualify for the full AHRC studentship will have their tuition fees paid for and will receive a stipend of £13,590 p.a. AHRC awards are open to UK and to EU applicants. Please be aware that EU applicants may qualify for a fees-only award.

Application Procedure

The application deadline is 5pm on Friday 1st July 2011 and interviews will be held later in July or early August. Applicants *must* apply using the University's Postgraduate On-Line Application Form available here. . Please supply all the relevant supporting documents requested on the on-line application form electronically including the research proposal (max. 1000 words) detailing:
(i) relevant research skills and experience (including, for example, I.T. skills, and a brief description of university programme of study to date), and
(ii) the main focus of postgraduate interest, research plans and an understanding of the challenges ahead, and
(iii) whether or not you are applying to other institutions with an AHRC BGP (if so, please state the name of the institution or institutions).

Further Information

http://www.bangor.ac.uk/studentfinance/postgrad/scholarships.php.en#aca



Entry Requirements

A 2(ii) Honours degree is required, or equivalent qualifications.

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