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FACULTY OF ARTS AND HUMANITIES

PhD Studentships 2019-20

The University is a member of the Consortium for the Arts and the Humanities South East England (CHASE) which is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).  The following funding opportunities are currently receiving applications:

 

AHRC/CHASE Collaborative Doctoral Award PhD studentship in collaboration with the University of East Anglia and the Shared Services Partnership group/The Language Shop  – Language Quality and Maternity

 

Qualification type: PhD

Location: Norwich and London

Funding for: UK Students / EU Students

Funding amount: AHRC stipend: for the academic year 2019-20, the stipend will be £15,559 for two years and £17,559 for the one year when the applicant will be required to reside in London. This includes enhanced stipend to cover additional travel costs relating to the project. 

Closes: Friday 3 May 2019, 12 noon

More information on this studentship can be found on the CHASE website here

 

Terms and conditions

This studentship is subject to UKRI eligibility criteria, and will cover home or EU fees and stipend at UKRI rates.

 

How to apply

Applications for this studentship must be made via the University of East Anglia application form which can be found here

As applicants will be applying for a specific research project, they do not need to include a Research Proposal as part of their online application. They should, however, upload a Research Statement including why they are applying for the project, an outline of relevant current knowledge and skills and an indication of how these will help them complete the research and their training needs. 

Informal Enquiries

Informal enquiries about this project can be sent to pgr.enquiries.admiss@uea.ac.uk

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AHRC/CHASE Collaborative Doctoral Award PhD studentship in collaboration with the University of East Anglia and the BBC – Poetry Television Broadcasting at the BBC, 1932-present

Qualification type: PhD

Location: Norwich

Funding for: UK Students / EU Students

Funding amount: AHRC stipend: for the academic year 2019-20, the stipend will be £15,559 for two years and £17,559 for the one year when the applicant will be required to reside in London. This includes enhanced stipend to cover additional travel costs relating to the project.

Closes: Friday 3 May 2019, 12 noon

More information on this studentship can be found on the CHASE website here

 

Terms and conditions

This studentship is subject to UKRI eligibility criteria, and will cover home or EU fees and stipend at UKRI rates.

 

How to apply

Applications for this studentship must be made via the University of East Anglia application form which can be found here

 

Informal Enquiries

Informal enquiries about this project can be sent to pgr.enquiries.admiss@uea.ac.uk

There are no other studentships currently available for postgraduate researchers in the Arts and Humanities at the University of East Anglia for October 2019 entry.

Details of the funding opportunities that will be available for postgraduate researchers in the Arts and Humanities from October 2020 should be available in October 2019.

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The Collaborative Doctoral Partnership (CDP) studentship opportunities below are currently receiving applications.  

Eligibility
These studentships are funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), which applies the eligibility criteria laid down by its parent body, UK Research and Innovation (UKRI). These are outlined in their Terms and Conditions of Training Grants document, and given in more detail in their Training Grant Guide (Annex 1), both of which can be found on the UKRI website.

Normally to be eligible for a full award a student must have no restrictions on how long they can stay in the UK and have been ordinarily resident in the UK for at least 3 years prior to the start of the studentship (with some further constraint regarding residence for education).

Students from EU countries other than the UK are generally eligible for a fees-only award which pays research costs and tuition fees but gives no help with living expenses. To be eligible for a fees-only award, a student must be ordinarily resident in a member state of the EU, in the same way as UK students must be ordinarily resident in the UK.


Leather trousers and leopard skin waistcoats: missing objects and endangered material knowledge in the Kalahari (WINGFIELDC_U19cdpSMAC_BM)

A Collaborative Doctoral Partnership studentship between the British Museum and the Sainsbury Research Unit, UEA, funded by the AHRC.

Qualification type: PhD

Start date: 1 October 2019

Funding for: UK and EU Students

Funding amount: AHRC stipend: for the academic year 2019-20 the stipend will be £15,559 which includes enhanced stipend to cover additional travel costs relating to the project. The successful candidate will also have access to the Student Development Fund which allows an extension of up to 6 months to undertake related placements and training, and additional funding provided by the British Museum and SRU for other project related expenses.

Closes: Friday 3 May 2019, 23:59

Interviews: Monday 20 May 2019 at UEA

 

Terms and conditions
This studentship is subject to UKRI eligibility criteria (see above), and will cover home or EU fees and stipend at UKRI rates.

 

How to apply
Applications for this studentship must be made via the University of East Anglia application form which can be found here.

 

Further information
For further information, see: http://www.sru.uea.ac.uk/study/phd-programme/cdp/bm

 

Informal Enquiries
Informal enquiries about this project can be sent to pgr.enquiries.admiss@uea.ac.uk

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Voyagers All? The historic role of missionary societies in shaping children’s understandings of Britain’s place in the world (WINGFIELDC_U19cdpSMAC_NMM)


A Collaborative Doctoral Partnership studentship between the National Maritime Museum and the Sainsbury Research Unit, UEA, funded by the AHRC.

Qualification type: PhD

Start date: 1 October 2019

Funding for: UK and EU students

Funding amount: AHRC stipend: for the academic year 2019-20 the stipend will be £15,559 which includes enhanced stipend to cover additional travel costs relating to the project. The successful candidate will also have access to the Student Development Fund which allows an extension of up to 6 months to undertake related placements and training, and additional funding provided by the National Maritime Museum and SRU for other project related expenses.

Closes: Friday 3rd May 2019 at 23:59

Interviews: Tuesday 21 May 2019 at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London

 

Terms and conditions
This studentship is subject to UKRI eligibility criteria (see above), and will cover home or EU fees and stipend at UKRI rates.

 

How to apply
Applications for this studentship must be made via the University of East Anglia application form which can be found here.

 

Further information
For further information, see:  http://www.sru.uea.ac.uk/study/phd-programme/cdp/nmm

 

Informal Enquiries
Informal enquiries about this project can be sent to pgr.enquiries.admiss@uea.ac.uk.


Further Information

Please contact the Graduate School Office.

Email: pgr.enquiries.admiss@uea.ac.uk or phone (01603) 591709