Off topic: Funding the education in the UK
Thread poster: Maria Knorr
Maria Knorr
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Jun 30, 2003


I have a question about the Arts and Humanities Research Board funding and hopefully someone can help me. I carefully read through their guidelines but it's not clear whether they fund people who are coming to UK just for the purpose of studying. It looks like they don't, but I would like to make sure that I understood it correctly. Also, if someone knows sources for funding post-graduate education in the UK, I would really appreciate it.

Thank you,

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Jack Doughty  Identity Verified
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Fulbright possibilities Jun 30, 2003

Have you considered applying for a Fulbright scholarship, fellowship or grant?

My daughter (from the UK) won a Fulbright Fellowship which funded her for two years
of post-doctorate studies at Pennsylvania University. This is a two-way program which also funds US students for studies in the UK.

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