The Faculty of Arts and Humanities invites applications for Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)-funded doctoral studentships as partners in the CHASE AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership: http://www.chase.ac.uk
Across the CHASE Consortium up to 75 studentships will be awarded in 2016.
The Faculty will also offer up to 15 University-funded PhD studentships available to students from within or outside the EU.
Areas of study:
Film, Television and Media Studies
Language, Communication and Translation Studies
Literature, Drama and Creative Writing
Museum and Heritage Studies
Political, Social and International Studies
The AHRC studentships are available to UK and EU residents: for UK residents awards consist of fees and a tax-free maintenance stipend (currently £14,057 per year); for EU residents awards are on a fees-only basis. In addition, a research training support grant will cover professional development opportunities, including the enhancement of public engagement skills and placements with CHASE partner organisations in the UK and overseas.
The majority of the University studentships cover tuition fees at UK/EU rates, a tax-free maintenance stipend (currently £14,057 per year), and a research training support grant. Up to two university studentships will be awarded to International students from outside the EU and will cover tuition fees at international rates, a maintenance stipend and research training support grant.
Application Deadline is: 13th January 2016
More information and details of how to apply can be found at: http://www.uea.ac.uk/hum/postgraduatescholarships
Alternatively please contact the Graduate School Office - email: [email protected]
tel: (01603) 591709.
Some or all of the PhD opportunities in this programme have funding attached. It is available to citizens of a number of European countries (including the UK). In most cases this will include all EU nationals. However full funding may not be available to all applicants and you should read the full programme details for further information.