Applications are currently being accepted for the 2024 British Council Scotland EARTH Scholarships. This initiative, managed by SGSAH and funded by the British Council, aims to facilitate international collaborative research endeavors between Ph.D. and Early Career Researchers, Scottish Higher Education institutions, academic mentors in Scotland, and external organizations.
The primary objective of the program is to underscore the significance of environmental arts and humanities, as well as the broader arts and cultural domain, in tackling the urgent climate crisis. It places emphasis on their potential for interdisciplinary investigations within the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) framework.
Through this initiative, opportunities for research and global mobility will be fostered, leading to the evolution of innovative approaches aimed at addressing the worldwide challenges posed by the climate emergency. Additionally, the program seeks to encourage sustainable research and facilitate cultural exchanges both within and beyond the realms of arts, humanities, and culture.
British Council Scotland EARTH Scholarships Details
|Funded by||British Council Scotland/SGSAH|
|Degree||Ph.D and Early Career Researchers|
|Deadline||01 Nov 2023|
Eligibility for Earth Scholarship
- Open to PhD and early career researchers (ECRs) registered at or graduated from any non-UK university who are working within the environmental arts and humanities to come to Scotland to work with an academic mentor and access networks and resources of a host HEI (Higher Education Institute) in 2024.
- All applicants must be currently registered for a PhD, or graduated with a PhD, which broadly falls under Arts & Humanities subject areas. These subject areas are detailed by the AHRC. Research proposals must also fall into Arts & Humanities subject areas. For any interdisciplinary Ph.D., at least 50% of the project must fall within Arts & Humanities disciplines. The programme strongly encourages research project proposals that have interdisciplinarity approaches beyond the Arts & Humanities.
- For the purposes of the Programme, ECRs must be within 1 year of notification of award of their PhD (under exceptional circumstances this can be extended to 2 years).
Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities Higher Education Institutions
- Abertay University
- Edinburgh Napier University
- The Glasgow School of Art
- Glasgow Caledonian University
- Heriot-Watt University
- Queen Margaret University
- Robert Gordon University
- Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
- University of Aberdeen
- University of Dundee
- University of Edinburgh
- University of Glasgow
- University of St Andrews
- University of Stirling
- University of Strathclyde
- University of the Highlands & Islands
- University of the West of Scotland
- A full research proposal; and details of how you will benefit from Cluster membership, cohort-building, training, and development activities
- A budget and justification of resources
- A CV (up to 4pp)
- A letter of support from your PhD supervisor (up to 2pp)
- A letter of support from the proposed Host Institution
How to Apply for British Council Scotland EARTH Scholarships?
The Applicants Need to Fill an Online Application Form to Apply for the British Council Scotland EARTH Scholarships 2024.