STIP: PhD Studentships in Art, Design& Architecture (London 2016/17)

PhD Studentships in Art, Design& Architecture (London 2016/17)
Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture, Kingston University London
Application deadline: Feb 7, 2016
<http://fada.kingston.ac.uk/research/research-degree-funding-opportunities/>
The Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture is pleased to invite
applications to its PhD programmes in all areas of art, design and
architecture. The Faculty offers AHRC studentships in two
cross-university training centres: TECHNE and the London Doctoral
Design Centre (LDOC). These centres offer the highest quality research
expertise and aim to develop the next generation of art and design
researchers. TECHNE has approximately 50 scholarships to award each
year across a range of arts and humanities disciplines. LDOC is focused
in the Design and Built Environment areas and has approximately 6
scholarships to award each year. In 2015-16 11 AHRC studentships were
awarded to Kingston applicants. The maintenance rates for 2016-17 are
yet to be announced by the AHRC but for a guide you can find current
maintenance and fee rates on the AHRC’s page for Current award holders
TECHNE Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP)
TECHNE provides an outstanding graduate training experience, drawing
together the best of traditional scholarship, history, theory and
practice across seven higher education institutions in London and the
South East with extensive collaboration from 13 world-leading partners
including the Natural History Museum, the V&A, the Science Museum, the
BFI and the Barbican. Further information is available at:
www.techne.ac.uk
Interviews will be held in the week beginning 18 January 2016.
London Doctoral Design Centre (CDT)
LDOC offers a unique opportunity to conduct interdisciplinary research
in Design, supported by a rich and varied network of design research
expertise and creative industry partners organisational partners
(including BT, Design Council, International Flavours and Fragrances,
Microsoft Research Cambridge and V&A Museum). We are looking for
motivated and engaged individuals, from any disciplinary background,
with a strong interest in exploring how design can make a difference to
contemporary social concerns, knowledge production and creative
practices.
Details of the application process can be found at the website:
http://fada.kingston.ac.uk/research/research-degree-funding-opportunities/

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