The City University of New York is actively offering excellent PhD fellowship programs for all students interested in public history and institutional history. The university has established these programs in partnership with the Rockefeller Archive Center. Both doctoral and M.A. students are encouraged to apply for these fellowship programs.
The main goal of these fellowships is to advance research and bring some excellent results through valid studies to advance the field of history. The fellowship programmes are structured to provide deserving students with significant funds and possibilities. These fellowships will help students research and make their career in the field of history.
The City University of New York is the New York City public university system. It was founded in 1961. With more than 2,75,000 students enrolled, it is the fourth-largest university system in the United States and has thirteen Nobel Prize winners and twenty-four MacArthur Fellows among its alumni. The university has one of the United States’ most diverse student groups. The City University aims to give better education to their students and help them achieve a successful career.
Explore the table below to know more the scholarship:
|Organization||City University of New York|
|Educational Level||PhD and M.A.|
|Number of Awards||8|
|Application Deadline||November 6, 2020|
|Requirement||Application, one-page description of their research and a short overview|
Who May Be Eligible?
The eligibility requirements are as follows:
- Both doctoral and M.A. students who are interested in research in the subject of history are eligible for these fellowships.
How to Apply
To apply, candidates should submit all the required details and materials before the deadline. All of the required materials should be authentic. Incomplete application will be rejected. Interested students should fill the fellowship form as soon as possible.
Applicants will have to provide these supporting documents with their application:
- A one-page summary of their research subject must be submitted by students. Applicants should include a cover sheet with their name, discipline, whether they are in a doctoral or master’s program.
- A short overview of why, in terms of their professional ambitions, they are participating in the fellowship.
The fellowship is offering up to eight $1,250 fellowships for outstanding participants in a history course for Spring, 2021. These fellowships help the students in their studies and increase their knowledge in the field of history.
Applications should be submitted before November 6, 2020. Students should submit their application before or on the deadline with all the needed documents. Application submitted after the deadline is not accepted.