Top 20 Fully Funded PhDs in Education in 2020.
The PhD in History is an advanced research degree, awarded on the basis of a thesis and an oral viva voce examination. The primary purpose of the PhD is the preparation and presentation of a substantial piece of independent and original academic research, completed in three or four years if studying full-time and five years if studying part-time.
No one likes talking about money; however, for researchers, it is an increasingly pressing concern. It can be demoralizing, depressing, and devastating being turned down for funding at the beginning of a PhD, but there is another option: self-funding.
Study History Where It Is Made. AU’s PhD in History will prepare you for a career as an educator, researcher, analyst, and writer working in academia, public and institutional history, and other fields requiring investigative and analytical skills. In this program, you will develop a deeper understanding of how historians investigate and interpret the past while you explore the past with.
Right, looking for honest opinions bearing in mind the current situation. I have 2 PhD offers, applied for AHRC funding for one for which I am on the first.
Regarding your P.S.: In all honesty, we don't know the possible consequences. Either you will be treated as a foreign national with funding decisions depending on the universities policies, or you will be still treated as a European (also, it still depends on policies) Right now, laws have not changed.
A Ph.D. in History is the terminal degree in the field and can take up to seven years of study beyond any undergraduate studies. Individuals who hold a Ph.D. in History might work as history.
So I'm admitted and enrolled in an unfunded PhD program. Its not a high ranking program. I'm 29 and on a career path I don't want to be on. I have a terminal MA. I can self-finance for the first year and a half to two years, but funding's not guaranteed beyond that.