Application is now open for the Techne AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership Studentships at the University Of Westminster. Interested applicants are encouraged to send their applications in before the deadline date.
About the University Of Westminster and Scholarship
The University of Westminster, located in London, United Kingdom, has a rich history dating back to its founding in 1838 as the Royal Polytechnic Institution, making it the first polytechnic institution in London. In August 1839, the institution received its Royal Charter, ultimately becoming the University of Westminster in 1992.
Techne, an initiative, is currently accepting applications for fully-funded studentships in the arts and humanities, with the program set to commence in the autumn of 2024. This opportunity is made possible through the support of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the Techne Doctoral Training Partnership, which includes the University of Westminster as one of its nine-member universities.
Techne aims to empower exceptional students who are dedicated to the art of research. It encourages innovative, interdisciplinary, and creative approaches to scholarly pursuits in various fields within the arts and humanities. To find additional details about Techne and the various research projects it sponsors, they recommend visiting the Techne website.
In addition to providing financial support, Techne offers a comprehensive framework to aid the development of doctoral researchers across its partner institutions. This framework includes research training, the establishment of supportive community networks, opportunities for professional and public engagement, and a conducive environment for both independent and collaborative scholarly work.
Details about Techne AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership Studentships at the University Of Westminster:
Scholarship Sponsor: Techne/University Of Westminster, UK
Scholarship Value: Check Below
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: PhD
Host Institution(s): University Of Westminster, UK
Techne studentships are available for 3.5 years for full-time students or 7 years for part-time students. These studentships cover maintenance and fees at an annual rate equivalent to 50% of the full-time studentship level. If you have already commenced your PhD, the funding will be pro-rated based on the remaining period. While students who are already in the midst of their Ph.D. studies are eligible for these studentships, they must have a minimum of 50% of the funded period of an AHRC award (typically 18 months of full-time study) remaining when they start their scholarship.
It’s important to note that international students can apply for these studentships, but they will be responsible for covering the difference between home and international fee rates themselves. The international fee rate stands at £15,450, whereas the home fee rate for 24/25 is £5,800. Therefore, overseas students will need to pay the £9,650 difference between these fee amounts.
Eligibility Criteria for Techne AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership Studentships
Candidates are advised to meet the following conditions to be qualified for Techne AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership Studentships at the University Of Westminster:
- The University of Westminster is providing studentships in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. To be eligible for these studentships, applicants should have obtained a 2:1 classification in their first degree, preferably at the master’s level or its equivalent.
- Candidates must demonstrate their English language proficiency with proof of an IELTS score of 6.5 if their secondary-level education was not conducted in the English medium.
- Proposed research projects should exhibit intellectual excellence, challenge disciplinary boundaries, and make effective use of the archive.
- Selected candidates are expected to be dedicated to the doctoral research community of the university and the faculty. They should also actively promote the significance of the archive both internally and externally.
Application Process for Techne AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership Studentships
The university highly advises you to speak with a member of the academic staff in the appropriate field about your plan before applying for a Techne studentship-supported spot at the University of Westminster. Here are the contact details:
- Ozlem Koksal and Julie Marsh (Photography, Film, Visual Arts and Creative Media): email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr Alessandro D’Arma (Media/Communication and Journalism): email@example.com
- Dr Helen Glew (English Literature, Linguistics, Languages and Visual Culture): firstname.lastname@example.org
You must first apply to the University of Westminster using one of the links below if you want to be considered for a Techne studentship there:
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The Application Deadline is: December 1, 2023
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