The University of Sussex and the Consortium of the Humanities and the Arts South-East (CHASE) invite applications for Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) PhD Studentship awards within and across the following fields:
Sussex hosts one of the AHRC's prestigious Doctoral Training Centres, which brings together doctoral researchers from across the Arts and Humanities. Sussex is renowned for its path-breaking creative and interdisciplinary work whilst also achieving excellence in discipline-based research. Gaining Doctoral funding at Sussex gives you access to professional training in research and public engagement. It also means joining a lively community of innovative thinkers, researchers and creative practitioners such as writers, filmmakers, and musicians, engaged in producing exciting new work that seeks to address the challenges of a world shaped by the speed of technological innovation and global change.
If you are successful in attracting a CHASE studentship, you will:
You can also benefit from research and practical expertise available across all the other CHASE institutions, via existing research networks, joint or additional supervision and the biannual Encounters conferences, attended by all CHASE funded students.
If you wish to apply for a CHASE studentship you must first apply for a place on a PhD course at the University of Sussex: www.sussex.ac.uk/study/phd/apply.
Once you have secured a place you can request access to the online CHASE application form from your School.
CHASE studentships are only open to UK and EU students who meet the RCUK residency requirements.
Sussex holds a PhD Open Evening where you can find out more information about applying to CHASE. For further information see our website: www.sussex.ac.uk/study/visit-us/postgraduate/masters-and-phd-evenings
The deadline for applications to the University of Sussex is 23.59 13th January 2020.