Now in its 65th year, the Lincoln Civic Trust is dedicated to preserving buildings & monuments of historic or artistic value & places of natural beauty and this scholarship award will work towards encouraging interest in these matters.

The ‘Lincoln Civic Trust Scholarship Award’ will provide a student on the MA Social and Cultural History course at BGU with £2000 towards their tuition fees.

To be considered applicants must submit a dissertation research proposal addressing an aspect of the history or heritage of the City of Lincoln, and/or Lincolnshire.

The deadline for the receipt of proposals is 4.00 pm on Friday 14 September 2018. Successful recipients will then be chosen by a panel of academics from the History department at BGU.

Further information can be obtained from Dr Craig Spence, Programme Leader for History at BGU.

If you’re interested in our MA in Social and Cultural History You can find more information about the course, along with our full portfolio of Master's Courses on our website or by contacting our Enquiries Team.

26th June 2018

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