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fine art PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 29 fine art PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

PhD Opportunities in Art, Media Arts and Design

We warmly invite applications for full-time or part-time self-funded PhD study. About the PhD programme. Research in the Art, Design and Media Research Centre (ADMRC) employs critical and imaginative art, media and design strategies to investigate and problematise social and cultural norms. Read more

Department of Arts (Advert Reference: RDF24/ADSS/ARTS)

Contact for queries relating to these funded studentships. Dr Victoria Horne, Fine Art and Visual and Material Culture ( or Dr Jamie Sexton, Film, Media, Theatre and Performance ( Read more

History of Art - Postgraduate Research Opportunities

By pursuing research in History of Art at Birmingham, you will joining a vibrant and dynamic research community thanks to the Department’s broad range of expertise, from medieval and Renaissance art and architecture, to contemporary global art. Read more

Advanced Nordic Articulation via Architecture [naava]

  Research Group: Architecture, Built Environment and Planning
The proposal takes as its point of departure the argument that what was written about Nordic 1960-70s architecture in the 1980s– early 2000s, and photography accompanying it, was circumscribed by particular genres found in British architectural journalism. Read more

Photography, Landscape and Trauma

The proposed PhD project is an in-depth investigation into the complex relationship between photography, landscape and trauma. PhD projects should be concerned with the overlap between these three keywords by analysing a specific, well-defined and highly original case study proposed by the applicant. Read more

Dissenting Visual Narratives in Eastern Europe

Project ID. AAD5. This research project will investigate dissenting visual narratives in at least TWO East European nation states, which may include (but is not restricted to) Russia and Ukraine. Read more

Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures

The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures brings together academic Schools and Institutes specialising in a wide range of research areas. Read more

Norwich University of the Arts' Research Degrees (PhD/MPhil)

Norwich University of the Arts is one of the UK’s leading specialist arts, architecture, design, media universities, located in the centre of the historic and thriving city of Norwich. Read more

Doctorate by Design in Landscape Architecture

The Doctorate by Design from the University of Sheffield, is the first PhD programme in the UK in which you can combine creative practice, with critical analysis in Landscape Architecture. Read more

Probing the star-forming ISM with fine structure lines

Supersonic turbulent motions are thought to play a major role in the star formation process in galaxies.  Theories have suggested that turbulence is responsible for shaping the interstellar medium (ISM), regulating star formation, and even setting the masses of stars as they form in young clusters. Read more

Monitoring Scotland’s fresh waters from space: re-engineering the state-of-art using artificial intelligence.

Scotland’s freshwater ecosystems are under significant pressure from a range of stressors including inputs of diffuse pollution from agriculture, wastewater spillages from combined sewer outflows, and the increasing occurrence of hydroclimatic extremes (Marsden & Mackay, 2001). Read more

In-situ monitoring of metal deposition for robotic Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing process

  Research Group: Engineering
A group at Ulster University are strongly engaged in developing computer models of metal additive manufacturing processes. These models have been applied to industrial settings and are useful in solving practical problems such as the avoidance of defect formation in Powder Bed Fusion processes. Read more

SCENARIO: Multi-Scale Parameterization for the Convection Grey Zone

  Research Group: SCENARIO NERC DTP
Co-supervisor. Professor Ian Boutle, Met Office. The numerical models used for weather forecasting and climate projection perform their calculations on a grid and simulate the flow on spatial scales larger than the grid. Read more

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