Studentships in Arts & Social Sciences via the TECHNE2 Doctoral Training Partnership
Brunel University London is part of a consortium of universities in London and the southeast that form a national Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) focusing on the arts and humanities disciplines. TECHNE is one of ten Doctoral Training Partnerships receiving funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) as part of their commitment to supporting postgraduate-level research into the arts and humanities disciplines.
We are pleased to invite applications for studentships in the following subject areas:
- Cultures and Heritage
- Visual Arts
- Performing and Creative Arts
- Languages and Literature
Please see a detailed subject area list here
Awards for Home/International include UK tuition fees and provide a stipend grant at the UKRI rate (with London weighting, £19668 in 2022/23, UKRI funding will not cover international fees set by universities. BUL will be covering the difference for any successful international student. Please see the UKRI site for further details.
- From 21/22 onwards, studentships supported by the United Kingdom Research and Innovation are open to Home, EU and International students.
- Students must reside in the UK during their studies to receive United Kingdom Research and Innovation funding
- The studentships are highly competitive with two stages of selection: first selection at Brunel and then the second stage at the Doctoral Training Partnership level
- Applicants are normally expected to hold a Masters degree and a minimum IELTS 7 for international students
How to apply
For all academic inquiries, please contact Professor Michael Wayne. Please email all completed documents to the techne team by no later than midday 16th December 2022 by 5pm.