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AHRC Studentships with the London Arts & Humanities Doctoral Training Partnership

LAHP Collaborative Doctoral Awards 2022/23

The London Arts & Humanities Partnership currently has the following six collaborative doctoral awards open for applications now:

  • Disability and the Home: Space, Domesticity, and Identity in London, 1840-1945
  • Performance-based co-creation with young people as political activism: contextualising and disseminating the work of Fevered Sleep
  • Overcoming Barriers: The Impact of Arts Council Policy on the Careers of Black British Women in the Subsidised Dance Sector
  • The working-class museum: exploring the lived experiences of 21st century working-class Londoners
  • ‘A musical feast for the Mile Enders’? Music, social inclusion and community engagement in London’s East End, c.1890 to the present
  • A study of diversity and music-making in early childhood: Towards inclusive research and practice

LAHP only accepts applications for the six Collaborative Doctoral Awards projects listed above, further details of which can be found on our website. Candidates wishing to apply to more than one of the six listed CDA projects should submit separate applications.

About LAHP

LAHP is a Doctoral Training Partnership co-funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and eight Higher Education Institutions (HEI) partners:

  • King’s College London
  • London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Queen Mary University of London
  • Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
  • Royal College of Arts
  • Royal College of Music
  • School of Advanced Study
  • University College London
AHRC Studentships with the London Arts & Humanities Doctoral Training Partnership

About our Collaborative Doctoral Awards

Collaborative Doctoral Awards (CDAs) provide funding for doctoral students to work on a project in collaboration with an organisation outside higher education. They are intended to encourage and develop collaboration and partnerships and to provide opportunities for doctoral students to gain first-hand experience of work outside the university environment. They enhance the employment-related skills and training available to the research student during the course of the award.

The studentship includes a stipend at the Research Council UK Home/ EU rate (£17,609 per annum) plus fees for three and half years. The awarded candidate will also be entitled to a £550 per annum stipend top-up.

LAHP welcomes applications:

  • From ‘home’ and ‘international’ (including EU) applicants who meet the residency requirements as detailed on the UKRI Guidance document on EU and International eligibility
  • From those who have recently completed their Masters’ programmes and those with relevant professional and/or practitioner experience;
  • From those wishing to study on a full-time or part-time basis;
  • From applicants of all ages and backgrounds.

For full details on the LAHP Collaborative Doctoral Awards, please visit

Please send any queries related to the CDA competition to

Deadline: Friday 4th February 2022 at 17.00

About LAHP’s Open Studentship Competition

LAHP also offers up to 81 PhD studentships per year across all of LAHP’s subject areas and approaches in the arts & humanities, including for inter-disciplinary and practice-based research through the Open studentship competition.

For full details on the LAHP Open studentship competition, please visit

Please send any queries related to the open competition to

Deadline: 28th January 2022 at 17.00

AHRC Studentships with the London Arts & Humanities Doctoral Training Partnership

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