The Doctoral Centre in the College of Arts and Humanities offers AHRC (Arts and Humanities Research Council) funded studentships through two cross-university training centres: TECHNE and Design Star. These centres offer the highest quality research expertise, enable new models of collaborative research training and aim to develop the next generation of arts and humanities researchers.
The final deadline for applications to to AHRC-funded TECHNE Studentships for 2017 entry will be Midnight on 29th January 2017.
TECHNE is a Doctoral Training Partnership funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). The partnership will provide a unique graduate training experience by drawing together the best of traditional scholarship, history, theory and practice across seven higher education institutions in London and the South East (Royal Holloway, University of Brighton, Kingston University, Roehampton University, Royal College of Art, University of Surrey, University of the Arts London) with extensive collaboration from 13 world-leading partners such as the Natural History Museum, the V&A, the Science Museum, the BFI and the Barbican.
Awarding approximately 50 doctoral studentships each year across the broad spectrum of the arts and humanities, TECHNE’s vision is to produce a new generation of scholars who are highly motivated and prepared for academic, public or professional life.
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Links to our specialist supervisory areas are detailed at the foot of the page.
The final deadline for applications to to AHRC-funded Design Star Studentships for 2017 entry will be 6th February 2017.
The Design Star Centre for Doctoral Training brings together five leading UK design research centres - Reading University, Goldsmiths College, Loughborough University, The Open University, and University of Brighton - to offer a unique opportunity to conduct interdisciplinary research in Design, supported by a rich and varied network of design research expertise and organisational partners. We are looking for motivated and engaged individuals, from any disciplinary background, with a strong interest in exploring how design can make a difference to: contemporary social concerns, knowledge production and creative practices.
Design Star will make approximately 12 doctoral awards each year.
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Links to our specialist supervisory areas are detailed at the foot of this page.
Postgraduate funding for arts research study at the University of Brighton Faculty of Arts
Award holders at University of Brighton, College of Arts and Humanities
TECHNE AHRC Studentships at Brighton at University of Brighton, College of Arts and Humanities
Design Star AHRC Studentships at Brighton at University of Brighton, College of Arts and Humanities
PhD Studentship - Horace Nicholls: artist-photographer at war
University of Brighton and The British Museum, AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership Studentship Award