The London Arts and Humanities Partnership (AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership) is pleased to invite applications from outstanding candidates for AHRC-LAHP Doctoral Training Awards for 2020/21 entry. Up to 90 studentships are available for postgraduate research students studying arts and humanities disciplines at King's College London, London School of Economics & Political Science, Queen Mary University of London, Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, Royal College of Art, Royal College of Music, School of Advanced Study or University College London. The research topic must be within the subject areas covered by the AHRC.
Subject to eligibility, these awards will cover:
As part of its AHRC funding, LAHP offers a wide range of training and skills development opportunities and activities, some in partnership with major London cultural and business partners.
Applications are now open for studentships starting in October 2020 via the online application form accessible on our website.
To be eligible for a LAHP studentship in the forthcoming recruitment round you must either:
Funding is available for both full-time and part-time students. Awards cannot normally be deferred. Successful candidates will be assumed to be starting their studies in September/October 2020 unless there are exceptional circumstances approved by LAHP and the HEI.
LAHP studentships are open to UK and EU students who meet the residency requirements as detailed on pages 13/14 of the UKRI Conditions of Research Council Training Grants. Please note: Subject to HEI approval, LAHP has a limited number of full awards (fees and stipend) for EU students designated `fees-only’ by the AHRC. Applications cannot be accepted from students liable to pay fees at the Overseas rate.
Applicants are welcome with relevant professional / practitioner experience and who normally hold a first-class or upper-second class Honours degree or equivalent and a Masters degree in a relevant subject.