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British Council Scotland SGSAH EARTH Scholarships 2023

British Council Scotland SGSAH EARTH Scholarships 2023

The British Council and the Scottish Graduate School for arts and Humanities has announced EARTH scholarships, a new scheme to enable international research collaborations between PhD and Early Career Researchers and Scottish HEIs and external organisations.

The scholarships offer the opportunity to spend up to 3 months in Sctoland in 2023. The research placements will include an in-person 2-week cohort-building core leadership programme where all recipients will come together alongside Scotland-based scholars to network and collaborate in April 2023, supported by a set of thematically and geographically oriented Clusters.

EEHN is part of Cluster 2 (‘Making, Method and Multispecies’). For more information about the scheme and how to apply visit

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