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Florentino García Martínez Research Master Scholarship now open for applications

05 February 2016

Would you like to study Hebrew Bible, Early Judaism and Dead Sea Scrolls in the Research Master in Groningen with Steve Mason, Jacques van Ruiten and Mladen Popovic? Apply now for the Florentino García Martínez Research Master Scholarship!

Topics of study may include Digital Palaeography and Scribal Culture of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Flavius Josephus and the Roman Empire, Hebrew Bible Exegesis and Reception History such as in the book of Jubilees.

The scholarship is € 1,000 and is meant to cover some of the expenses connected with the two-year Research Master programme at the Faculty’s Graduate School.

Application deadline

  • non-EU/EEA students 1 March 2016
  • EU/EEA students is 15 May 2016.

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