MPhil/PhD Research Bursaries – September 2017

Goldsmiths, University of London

The Department of Educational Studies in conjunction with its Research Centres is offering up to three PhD bursaries to prospective students with excellent proposals to start in the academic year 2017/18. The Department has an established MPhil/PhD programme in Education, and an MPhil/PhD in Art Practice and Learning programme. Together, these programmes provide opportunities for study in a wide range of topics relating to the field of education.

Applications are invited, particularly in the following areas:

  • arts practice as research ●arts in education● bilingualism in education ● children’s literature and education ● creativity and learning ●cultural constructions of disability ● curriculum policy and practice ● digital technologies and learning ● early literacy and bilingualism ● education and its cultural representation ● English in education ● family learning in multilingual contexts ● gender studies ● social justice ● inclusive education ● learning outside formal settings ● language use and language ideologies ● language and faith ● language and youth cultures ● modern language education ● ● performing arts as education ● policy and its contestation ● race and education ● science, culture and education ● sexualities and education ● social class and education ● social research ethics as situated practice ● socially engaged arts practices ● visual cultures and education.

Bursaries for 75 per cent of the part- or full-time UK/EU enrolment fee (regardless of whether you are a UK/EU or overseas applicant) are payable for up to a maximum of 3 years of full-time study and 6 years part-time study (subject to satisfactory progress).

Applicants should have excellent qualifications at both Undergraduate and Masters levels in Education or a closely related area of the Social Sciences.

Go to http:/// and follow the links to download application details with guidelines for writing a proposal. Completed applications with outline proposals must be received by 26th May 2017.

Further information: Annie Watkins-Foley, MPhil/PhD Programme Administrator: on 020 7919 7302

020 7919 7766

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