|Funding for:||UK Students|
|Placed on:||16th November 2016|
|Closes:||29th January 2017|
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is pleased to invite applications to its PhD programmes in the arts and humanities. The Faculty offers AHRC studentships in the cross-university training centre TECHNE. This centre offers the highest quality research expertise and aims to develop the next generation of arts and humanities researchers. TECHNE has approximately 50 scholarships to award each year across a range of arts and humanities disciplines. In 2015-16 8 TECHNE studentships were awarded to Kingston applicants. The maintenance rates for 2016-17 are yet to be announced by the AHRC but for a guide you can find current maintenance and fee rates on the AHRC's page for Current award holders
In order to be eligible to apply for an AHRC TECHNE award you must first apply to Kingston University (see below).
TECHNE provides an outstanding research training experience, drawing together the best of traditional scholarship, history, theory and practice across seven higher education institutions in London and the South East with extensive collaboration from 13 world-leading partners including the Natural History Museum, the V&A, the Science Museum, the BFI and the Barbican.
Further information is available at: www.techne.ac.uk
Subject areas include:
Drama, Dance, Performance, Film, Media, Television, Music, Sound
Modern European Philosophy, Creative writing, English language and literature, History, Media and culture
Deadline for final applications to Kingston University: GMT midnight 29 January 2017
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