TWO Doctoral Bursaries in Architecture at the Faculty of Arts, Environment and Technology, Leeds Beckett University (UK)

The Faculty of Arts, Environment and Technology is currently offering two UK/EU fees only PhD bursaries in Architecture, at the School of Art, Architecture and Design, for entry in October 2014.
The Faculty offers a unique environment for integrating research across a range of areas covering culture, creativity, design, sustainability and digital domains. This environment provides opportunities for developing exciting multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary research projects.
School of Art, Architecture and Design is interested in receiving applications in the field of architectural research addressing the relationship between architecture theory and the design process in the urban environment, and the influence on the specifically architectural of other spatial and critical practices. In particular, we welcome research proposals that aim to explore the state of theory in architecture, through critical reconsiderations and current practices.
The closing date for bursary applications is midnight on Monday July 14th 2014. To apply: http://www.leedsmet.ac.uk/research/aet-bursaries.htm
PhD in Architecture information: http://cagd.leedsmet.ac.uk/public/architecture/phd/
For further information and to discuss the research bursary scheme contact: Dr Rebekka Kill, Head of the School, Art, Architecture and Design at R.Kill@leedsmet.ac.uk and/or Prof Teresa Stoppani, Head of the Leeds School of Architecture at t.stoppani@leedsmet.ac.uk
The Faculty and the Schools are always happy to discuss other innovative proposals for research on a case by case basis.

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