Philosophy Scholarships, Grants, Journals, and Conferences
Below are listed some of the philosophy opportunities that students and researchers may apply internationally. We will update this list regularly.
Philosophy Graduate Courses
- Graduate Studies in the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford
- MPhil in Philosophy, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cambridge
- Graduate Program in Philosophy at Harvard
- Graduate Program, UC Davis Department of Philosophy
- Graduate Program, Department of Philosophy, Emory University
Graduate Scholarships in Philosophy
- Ertegun Graduate Scholarship Programme in the Humanities
- Cambridge Trust International Scholarships
- Fellowships and Scholarships, UC Davis Department of Philosophy
- Emory University Philosophy Grants, Scholarships, and Fellowships list
- Radboud University Scholarships for the Research Master's in Philosophy
Grants and Fellowships in Philosophy
- American Philosophical Association Grants (APA)
- American Council of Learned Societies Grants and Fellowships
- Grants and Fellowships of the American Philosophical Society (APS)
- Funding from the German Society for Philosophy of Science (GWP)
- The Aristotelian Society Grants and Bursaries
Philosophical Societies and Associations
- Asian Network for the Philosophy of the Social Sciences (ANPOSS)
- The German Society for Philosophy of Science (GWP)
- Society For Philosophy of Science in Practice
- The American Philosophical Association
- The American Philosophical Society
- German Society for Analytic Philosophy
- European Network for the Philosophy of the Social Sciences (ENPOSS)
- Schopenhauer Society
- British Philosophical Association
- The Association for Social and Political Philosophy
Conferences in Philosophy
You may check https://philevents.org/ regularly for updates in Philosophy conferences.
Journals in Philosophy
- Journal of Philosophical Logic
- Philosophy and Phenomenological Research
- The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
- Australasian Journal of Philosophy
- Philosophical Studies
Twitter Accounts in Philosophy to Follow
Why Study Philosophy?
Philosophy is the study and exploration of fundamental questions concerning life, the nature of the universe, the mind, and morality. Many of today's academic disciplines were once subjects in academic philosophy before becoming separate studies of their own. For example, much of modern science, such as chemistry and physics, had its roots in what was once called "natural philosophy."
Philosophy explores questions such as "What is the meaning of existence?" and "Is there a God?" As such, philosophy has historically had a profound influence on science and religion. In some cases, philosophy and religion are inseparable, such as with Taoism.
From Zoroastrianism to Buddhism and Ubuntu, philosophy is a practice carried out naturally by humans worldwide because we are curious and inquisitive beings.
In academics, the most prominent subjects that are studied in philosophy usually consist of philosophers from Europe. Some of the most famous names in philosophy include Plato, Aristotle, Kant, Nietzsche, and Simone de Beauvoir.
Degree Opportunities in Philosophy
Philosophy programs are offering BA, MA, and PhD degrees in universities around the world. After pursuing a philosophy degree, some students build their careers in academia and continue as postdoctoral researchers or get a professorship. Others pursue further education in subjects such as law, psychology, and political science.
The range of subjects in philosophy is broad. To benefit the most from scholarships, summer schools, and conferences in philosophy, it is a good idea to focus on the opportunities that relate most specifically to the topics that interest you.
Opportunities in Philosophy: Scholarships, Summer Schools, and Conferences
There are a variety of philosophy summer schools and philosophy scholarships that you can choose from. Please browse through ARMACAD's postings below to see what exciting opportunities await you in the study of philosophy.