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Applications and Funding

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Prospective applicants should consult the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages' graduate webpages for information on entry requirements, application deadlines, fees, funding opportunities, and further information relating to graduate study in MML.

Before applying, applicants are strongly encouraged to contact directly one of the members of staff working in their proposed area. Please see our staff research specialisms for further information. For general inquiries, contact the Graduate Coordinator, Dr Pierpaolo Antonello.


Funding opportunities in Italian studies

Sykes Postgraduate Research Studentships in Italian (Masters and PhD)

Further details are available here.

Latest News

PhD grant (Italian Section, MMLL and the British School at Rome) - Postwar Rome 1944-1951: Transnational flows and the culture of occupation and reconstruction

3 October 2022

The Italian Section is pleased to invite applications for a collaborative PhD award (CDA) between Cambridge and the British School at Rome, starting in October 2023. The PhD project will be on the topic: Postwar Rome 1944-1951: Transnational flows and the culture of occupation and reconstruction . Candidates will be...

Dr Jessica Maratsos as new Assistant Professor of Italian in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies

18 August 2022

The Italian Section is delighted to announce that Dr Jessica Maratsos will be joining us from 1 September as our new Assistant Professor of Italian in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies. You can read about her recent book, Pontormo and the Art of Devotion in Renaissance Italy (Cambridge, 2021) here: https://doi.org/10...

Professor Virginia Cox has been elected as Fellow of the British Academy for the humanities and social sciences

25 July 2022

The Italian Section is delighted to announce that Professor Virginia Cox has been elected as Fellow of the British Academy . Virginia Cox’s research focuses on Renaissance and Counter-Reformation Italian literature, on the history of the reception of classical rhetorical theory in Italy between the thirteenth and sixteenth...

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