AHRC Professional Preparation Masters Studentship – Typography

The University of Reading invites applications from well qualified students for AHRC Professional Preparation Masters Studentship to commence in 2013 in the areas or Typeface Design, Information Design or Book Design; all programmes are based within our Department of Typography & Graphic Communication, part of the thriving Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science which has a strong interdisciplinary tradition and attracts large numbers of undergraduate and graduate students from the UK and overseas.

Further information can be found on the following page of our website: http://www.reading.ac.uk/typography/pg-taught/typ-pgtcourses.aspx

About the University:
The University of Reading has an international reputation for research excellence and it offers wide provision at both Masters and PhD levels across a range of disciplines. Postgraduate provision stems from the excellence of research, which allows the University to attract funding from a broad range of sources.

UK students who satisfy certain residency criteria are eligible for awards covering fees at the Home/EU rate and provide a maintenance grant in line with the national level set by the UK Research Councils. Students from EU countries other than the UK who satisfy certain residency criteria are eligible to apply for fees-only awards. Many Schools and Departments also offer supplementary funding in the form of bursaries and opportunities for teaching and research support.

Further information about AHRC Masters Studentship Opportunities, including the forms you will need to make an application, is available via the Apply button below.

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Candidates need to complete both an application form for admission to a Postgraduate Degree at the University of Reading and a separate application form for a studentship.

For further information, please contact:

The Doctoral Research Office
Email: dro@reading.ac.uk

Closing date: 8 February 2013 (5pm)

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