The Alvin H. Johnson AMS 50 Dissertation Fellowships, 2012 USA is a scholarship provided by American Musicological Society for studying within the following countries: USA.
AHJ AMS 50 Fellowships are awarded solely on the basis of academic merit. Winners receive a twelve-month stipend, currently set at $20,000. Fellows may elect to accept the award on an honorary or partly honorary basis (thus freeing scarce resources for others). The fellowships are intended for full-time study. An equivalent major award from another source may not normally be held concurrently or consecutively unless the AMS award is accepted on an honorary basis. Fellowships are for one year and are not deferrable or renewable. There are no provisions for the payment of tuition: it is hoped that graduate schools will provide tuition fellowships or waivers.
Eligible fields of study:
Type of degrees supported by this scholarship:
Award selection criteria:
Anyone is eligible to apply who is registered in good standing for a doctorate at a North American university and has completed all formal degree requirements except the dissertation at the time of full application. The fellowships are not intended for support of early stages of research: it is expected that a fellowship recipient’s dissertation will be completed within the fellowship year. Any submission for a doctoral degree in which the emphasis is on musical scholarship will be eligible.
International student eligibility: Yes
Duration of award:
Award covers the following costs:
How to apply for the Alvin H. Johnson AMS 50 Dissertation Fellowships, 2012 USA: Online
Application deadline: 15 December 2012