Society for the Study of Labour History (SSLH) BA/Masters Dissertation Bursary

19 February 2020

The SSLH BA/Masters Dissertation Bursary is designed to support archival and library research that will contribute to a dissertation on a labour history topic up to a maximum of £500. Bursary holders must either be in the final year of an undergraduate degree or undertaking a taught Masters degree. They must be a registered student at a university in the United Kingdom or the Republic of Ireland. If successful, students will be expected to join the SSLH (£15.90) – the cost of doing are included in bursary.

If you are a student studying a labour history topic for your dissertation, please see the website below for further details on how to apply for the bursary. If you are supervising students carrying out research in labour history, please pass on details of the bursary scheme.

The application form and further information can be found here: http://sslh.org.uk/conference-attendance-bursary-individual