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Cambridge and British Council Open Applications for PhD Scholarships

The Office of the School of Arts and Humanities at Cambridge University is accepting applications for an AHRC CDA doctoral studentship offered by the Open-Oxford-Cambridge AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership, which will begin in October 2024.

Candidates can apply for this PhD scholarship until December 5th. Interested candidates should apply online at jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/43145/.

The studentship will be based at the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Language and Linguistics’ Theoretical and Applied Linguistics Section. The successful applicant will work on a collaborative project led by Professor Ianthi Tsimpli of the University of Cambridge, Amy Lightfoot of the British Council UK, and Dr Debanjan Chakrabarti of the British Council India.

The chosen PhD student will conduct original research addressing an important gap in recognizing and destigmatizing the use of multiple languages in classrooms of linguistically diverse societies of the Global South.

The DTP studentships will include an annual maintenance grant to cover living expenses (£18,622 stipend + £550 CDA allowance per year at current rates) as well as university tuition fees at the home fee level. This CDA also includes funding for a period of fieldwork research at the British Council in India. The University will cover the fee difference between the home and overseas fee rates for international candidates through internal co-funding.

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Source: The Indian Express

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