Master's Studentships in Humanities and Social Science

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Master's Studentships in Humanities and Social Science

This scheme enables researchers to undertake humanities or social science Master's courses in any area of health.


Scheme at a glance

Career stage:

  • Tooltip , Postgraduate training

    For people who have, or are about to finish, an undergraduate degree and want to go on to do a Master's or PhD.

Level of funding:

Studentship stipend and fees covered

Duration of funding:

1 year



Eligibility and suitability

Who can apply

You can apply to one of the Master's programmes that we fund if you want to develop humanities or social science research skills and train in an area of health. 

You should usually have at least a 2:1 honours degree (or equivalent) in a relevant subject. You can apply before you graduate, but you must have obtained your degree before taking up the award.

Find out more about eligibility by going to the websites of the programmes we've funded (see the 'How to apply' section on this page).


Who can't apply

You can't apply to carry out activities that involve the transfer of grant funds into mainland China.


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What we offer

A Master’s Award is for one year. Support includes:

  • a student stipend

    You'll get a stipend based on our studentship stipend scale:

    • £16,000 if you're based outside London
    • £18,000 if you're based in London

  • approved tuition fees, according to the rate charged by the training organisation

    We usually provide funds at the level charged to UK/EU students, rather than the overseas student rate (with the exception of applicants who are from low- and middle-income countries ).




How to apply


Please don't apply to Wellcome. Instead, you should apply directly to one of the programmes below that we've funded:
  
Birkbeck, University of London

MA Medical Humanities: Bodies, Cultures and Ideas
 


University of Bristol

LLM in Health, Law, and Society

MSc in Healthcare Ethics and Law
 


University of Cambridge

MPhil in Health, Medicine and Society
 


King's College London

MSc Global Health & Social Justice 

Please contact: Ann Kelly ann.kelly@kcl.ac.uk and Sridhar Venkatapuram sridhar.venkatapuram@kcl.ac.uk



The London School of Economics and Political Science

MSc in Health and International Development 
 


The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

MSc in Public Health (humanities and social science ‘pathway’)
 


University of Manchester

MSc History of Science, Technology and Medicine



Newcastle University

MA in the History of Medicine 
 


University of Southampton

MSc in Global Health



University of Strathclyde

MSc in Health History



University of Warwick

MA in the History of Medicine 
 


University of York

MA in Medical History and Humanities
 



Develop your research career

See our other postgraduate training schemes.

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Key dates

See individual programmes for dates (in the 'How to apply' section on this page).


Contact us

If you have a question, contact the relevant university programme.


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