Beyond Glasgow

Anglo-Israel Association: Wyndham Deedes Memorial Travel Scholarship

To visit for a minimum period of six weeks and report on some aspect of life in Israel (sociological, economic, etc.) that would be of direct interest to those working in that field in the UK. Applicants must be of British nationality, graduates of British Universities and intend normally to be resident in the UK. Value up to £2,000. Minimal information on the Anglo-Israel Association website; contact them for more information.

British School of Athens

 The British School of Athens provides a range of fellowships, postgraduate awards and research awards, for research into any aspect of ancient, medieval or modern Greek studies (some including Cyprus). Candidates for studentships must be British, Irish or commonwealth nationality and should have completed at least one year of doctoral research by the time they take up the award. More information on the School's website (click 'Awards').

British School at Rome

The British School at Rome offer a range of scholarships and grants, including Rome Scholarships, Rome Awards, and a series of specific fellowships. Closing dates for most awards are 11 January. More information on the School's website.

Council for British Research in the Levant

The CBRL offers travel grants of up to £800 for travel associated with research in the area of the Levant (Cyprus, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestinian Territories, and Syria), and visiting fellowships for research students to spend between three and nine months in the region. Closing date for both: 15 January.

Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute

CAARI offers several fellowships for research into the archaeology and history of Cyprus. Some are restricted to US nationals; others are open to non-US nationals. More information on the CAARI website.

Fulbright Commission Awards for Postgraduates

Each year Fulbright offers a limited number of awards to academically outstanding graduates with leadership potential to study in the United States. Applicants should be EU citizens/resident in the UK. More information on the Fulbright UK website.

Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation

 The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation of New York has funds available to scholars of Great Britain and the Commonwealth for research in Venice. The areas of interest envisaged concern both the past (history, art, architecture, music, law, science, literature, language) and the present (politics, culture, conservation, environment) of Venice and the territories once subject to it. More information on the Foundation's website. Closing Date: 15 May.

Leverhulme Study Abroad Studentships

The Leverhulme Trust has invited applications for studentships tenable for 12 or 24 months for advanced study or research at a centre of learning in any part of the world except the UK and USA. Applicants must have been resident in the UK for 5 years and hold a first degree. Awards consist of a maintenance allowance, plus return air fare, baggage and marriage allowance. Undergraduates in their final year are not eligible. More information on the Leverhulme website.

Mary Isabel Sibley Fellowship

Available to unmarried women between 25 – 35 who have demonstrated an ability to carry out original research. Candidates must either hold, or fulfilled all requirements of a doctorate except the dissertation itself. Awarded alternately in the areas of Greek (including archaeology) and French. Applicants should also plan to conduct full time research during the fellowship year. NB: This fellowship may also be used for postdoctoral research. More information on the Phi Beta Kappa society website.

Society of Antiquaries of Scotland

Bursaries offered to young fellows of the Society to enable papers to be read on Scottish themes at conferences of International Standing within Britain or abroad. Applicants should not be in receipt of other subventions, which might cover the cost of attendance. More information on the society's website.