The Studentship, which is open to both men and women, was founded in 1986 to honour Professor Whitelock’s outstanding contribution to Anglo-Saxon and kindred studies
Eligibility: Students for admission as graduate students working for the MPhil or Ph.D Degree within the Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic.
The Studentship is open to current MPhil and PhD students who during the tenure of the Studentship will not have completed twelve terms of graduate study.
In the case of female applicants preference may be given to those who have named Newnham (Professor Whitelock’s College) as their College of first preference. There is no restriction on College choice for men.
A previous holder of the Studentship may apply in subsequent years.
Timing: Requests must be received by 1st June.
Procedure: No special application form is required, but a letter containing a C.V. and a copy of the research proposal should be sent to Dr Judy Quinn, Newnham College, Cambridge, CB3 9DF. Each applicant should also ask his or her supervisor to write a letter of recommendation directly to Dr Quinn so as to reach her by 1 June.
Election to the Studentship is subject to unconditional acceptance as a Graduate Student by the Student Registry or by a College as an Affiliated Student.