Students & ECRs

Join as a Student Member

Student membership including subscription to the Economic History Review is open to full and part time students, including postgraduates at higher education institutions in the UK and other EC countries.

Become a Student Ambassador of the Economic History Society

Student ambassadors are postgraduate students who are tasked with representing the EHS at their institution, and facilitating communication between the Society and students with interests in economic and social history.

A list of all current Student Ambassadors is available here.

Interested in becoming a Student Ambassador? Apply online now.

Residential Training Course for Postgraduate Students

The EHS offers 12 part-funded places on an intensive residential course, open to graduate students who are currently engaged in work on a doctoral thesis on any topic in economic and/or social history in the medieval, early modern or modern periods.

More information and the online application form.

Testimonials from students who have attended the course can be found here.

Thesis to monograph advice

Somes notes and tips on how to turn your thesis into a monograph, by Anne Laurence.

Grants, Awards and Prizes

A variety of Grants, Awards and Prizes are available for students and ECRs through the EHS. Find out more here.

The Economic History Association (EHA) also offer Grants and Fellowships, which can be viewed on their website.

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