Thursday, December 19, 2013

interested in grad school in the humanities at Oxford?

The Ertegun Graduate Scholars application deadlines are 10 January 2014
for Philosophy and 24 January 2014 for all other Humanities subjects.
Disciplines include:
   - Classics (including classical archaeology)
   - English Language and Literature
   - Fine Art (excluding studio art)
   - History (includinghistory of art and the history of architecture)
   - Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics
   - Medieval and Modern Languages (covering most European languages and
   their literature)
   - Music
   - Oriental Studies (including Far Eastern and Middle Eastern Studies,
   and the study of a wide range of languages)
   - Philosophy
   - Theology

For additional information, visit the Program website:
http://www.ertegun.ox.ac.uk  To apply, visit:
http://www.graduate.oc.zc.uk/ertegun

Every year, at least twenty full-time graduate students in the
Humanities, chosen from throughout the world in a highly competitive
selection process, enjoy the benefits of this program at the University
of Oxford: payment of all tuition and college fees, a generous living
stipend, and the exclusive use of the Ertegun House.

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

MA Program in Berlin: FYI


If you just graduated and are looking for something to do, act fast:
(or think about 2014-2015)
Extended Deadline for applications until 30 August 2013
MA “Intellectual Encounters of the Islamicate World”
With this call, Freie Universit├Ąt Berlin invites qualified candidates to apply for the newly established blended-learning MA program "Intellectual Encounters of the Islamicate World" starting in the academic year 2013-14.

The overall goal of the one-year degree program is to provide its international graduate students with a thorough understanding of the deep and manifold interconnections between Muslim, Jewish and Christian intellectual output during Medieval times. The students will acquire expertise in a broad spectrum of aspects of the Islamicate world, such as rational theology, philosophy, logic, exegesis, mysticism, law and legal methodology as well as material culture and social history. Emphasis will be placed on primary texts in the original language (Arabic). The English-spoken MA program includes three actual classroom meetings during the academic year (the Introductory Week as well as two colloquia at different locations) during which the students and teachers will come together for discussion, teaching and examination. There is no tuition fee.

Entry requirements

· Above average university degree

· 240 credit points according to ECTS, with a minimum of 80 credit

points in one or more of the following:, Arabic, Islamic Studies, Jewish Studies, Religious Studies and/or Philosophy

· Language proficiency in English and Arabic (both C 1 according to

Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)


Scholarships

All students will receive funding for covering travel and accommodation costs for the face-to-face sessions.


For more information on the MA program, please refer to the website http://www.ihiw.de/w/ma/


Contact:

Dr. Katja Jung, Managing Director

Freie Universit├Ąt Berlin, Institute of Islamic Studies Research Unit Intellectual History of the Islamicate World Altensteinstr. 40, 14195 Berlin

Phone: +49 (0)30 838 51068; katja.jung@fu-berlin.de


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