Posted: 17 December 2013
TECHNE (Greek: craft) is an AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership, a Consortium of 7 higher education institutions, including the University of Roehampton, based in London and the South-East of the UK. Over 5 years (2014-2019), TECHNE will award around 176 PhD studentships and 25 Masters studentships at its partner institutions. University of Roehampton applicants for PhD study are eligible to apply through the University for TECHNE Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) studentships (stipend and fee waiver) to start 1st October 2014.
TECHNE PhD students will benefit from a rich and diverse development programme, with a focus on interdisciplinarity and developing career potential both within and beyond academia. The programme includes input and placement opportunities provided by TECHNE's 13 partner organisations in the cultural sector (e.g. the Barbican, Victoria & Albert Museum, Natural History Museum, Museum of London, British Film Institute and Rose Theatre).
The Department of English and Creative Writing welcomes applications for AHRC funding forPhD and Masters programmes as part of the new TECHNE Partnership. To find out more about our research specialisms and expertise, please consult the web pages of our four research centres:
A list of potential supervisors and their research interests can also be found on each research centre page, alternatively please consult individual's staff pages.
To find out further information on how to apply for TECHNE studentships please click here.
For general enquiries please contact Amy Brown in the Graduate School on 020 8392 3619 or Graduateschool@roehampton.ac.uk.
The deadline for TECHNE applications for PhD studentships is the 19th February 2014.
Information about how to apply for a TECHNE Masters studentships will be available early in 2014.
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