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These scholarships are currently closed for applications and will open on 1 November 2021.

If you would like to be notified when the scholarships open for applications, please write to warburg@sas.ac.uk

The Peltz-Roden Scholarships cover the fees up to the maximum rate of the home fee for home/EU students who have a place on either the one-year full-time MA in Art History, Curatorship and Renaissance Culture or the MA in Cultural, Intellectual and Visual History. There will be seven scholarships available to students for the academic year 2022-23. 

The scholarships will be open to students who have applied to study on either of The Warburg Institute’s MA programmes and who are self-funded and domiciled in the UK or European Union (EU). The primary criterion on which applications are judged is academic merit. The successful applicant will be of exceptional quality, evidenced by previous academic achievement at undergraduate level, with an outstanding mark achieved in the final-year project/dissertation and have a demonstrable interest in undertaking a master’s degree at The Warburg Institute. 

In addition to completing the Peltz-Roden Scholarship application form applicants must: 

  • Have been offered a place to study on one of The Warburg Institutes's MA programmes. If you have not yet submitted an application to study on one of our MA Programmes, please contact warburg@sas.ac.uk for advice on meeting the deadline.  
  • Be domiciled in the UK or European Union (EU) 
  • Be self-funded (ie. accommodation, living costs etc. are covered by student) 

The Peltz Scholarships cover the fees up to the maximum rate of the home fee for home/EU students who have a place on either the one-year full-time MA in Art History, Curatorship and Renaissance Culture MA or the MA in Cultural, Intellectual and Visual History. There were four scholarships available to students for the academic year 2021-22.