AHRC and University Doctoral and Masters Studentships in Dance , Drama and Performance

Posted: 10 April 2013

Studentships are available in two of the University of Roehampton’s leading departments, under a Block Grant Partnership with the AHRC (Arts and Humanities Research Council), and through university funding. One AHRC doctoral studentship for MPhil/PhD study is available to start in October 2013 and one AHRC studentship is available for a PPM (Professional Preparation Masters) programme to start in September 2013. In addition there are two university-funded studentships for doctoral study, one in each department. Candidates who wish to be considered for these awards must first apply to the university by 30 April 2013, and be offered a place on one of the eligible programmes. A further university selection process for the AHRC studentships will then take place for candidates nominated by departments, and a departmental process for the university-funded studentships. For further details on the application process, to check for eligibility and other queries, please click here or contact the Graduate School on 020 8392 3619.

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