AHRC-Funded Studentships for 2013-2014



Keele University – Research Institute for the Humanities, and University of Salford -College of Arts and Social Sciences 

The Research Institute for the Humanities at Keele University brings together over 100 academic staff and postgraduate students.  The College of Arts and Social Sciences at Salford is home to over 300 academic staff and postgraduate students.  The Universities are home to world-class scholars and research groups within the Arts and Humanities.  

Keele University and the University of Salford are in receipt of an Arts and Humanities Research Council Block Grant Partnership, totalling 26 studentships over three years.  Awards are available at the University of Salford to commence in October 2013 in the following areas:

Doctoral Studentship in Music

Professional Preparation Masters in Museum Studies, MA

Professional Preparation Masters in Film, Digital and Media Production, MA

Research Professional Masters in English Language and Literature, MA 

The University of Salford is also offering GTS’s in a variety of research areas.                             

The two universities will explore collaborative supervisory arrangements and successful candidates will be able to take advantage of the research culture of each of the collaborating institutions.

The awards are subject to the AHRC’s Eligibility criteria. For full details go to the AHRC website.  Applicants for research awards are advised to discuss their interests with prospective supervisors at the relevant University.

Also Read  AHRC PhD Studentship

Full details of all opportunities, research topics, supervisory expertise and details of taught postgraduate programmes, including the application procedure, are available on the websites of each institution:

Keele University : http://www.keele.ac.uk/pgresearch/choosingaresearchdegree/studentships/
University of Salford : http://www.salford.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/fees-and-funding/ahrc-studentships 

The closing date for applications is 8 March 2013.

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