PHD Studentship, Art and Humanities | Kingston School of Art

PHD Studentship: TECHNE AHRC Studentship in the Arts and Humanities. Kingston School of Art, Kingston University

Kingston School of Art (KSA) invites applications for PhD studentships through the TECHNE Doctoral Training Partnership funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).

TECHNE has approximately 60 scholarships to award each year across a range of arts and humanities disciplines. Learn more about the TECHNE research community. Subject to AHRC eligibility criteria, TECHNE studentships cover tuition fees and a maintenance (stipend) grant for three years full-time or part-time equivalent for six years.

TECHNE provides an outstanding graduate training experience, drawing together the best of traditional scholarship, history, theory and practice across ten higher education institutions in London and the South East in collaboration with world-leading partners. KSA offers the highest quality research expertise across the arts and humanities and aims to develop and support the next generation of researchers. Its community consists of over 250 PhD students and in 2018-19 it was awarded 14 AHRC TECHNE studentships.

KSA invite applications for TECHNE awards available for both full-time and part-time study in areas including but not limited to:

  • Archival practices – history, theory, practice
  • Art history and critical theory
  • Contemporary art practice
  • Curating
  • Design history and material culture
  • Film practice
  • Film and television studies
  • Heritage, museum and galleries
  • Illustration practice and theory
  • Photography, history, theory and culture

To be eligible you should first apply to Kingston University. We work closely with applicants to develop their proposals. Applicants are therefore strongly advised to submit draft proposals by the date below.  Applications received after this deadline may not be supported.

  • Deadline for draft proposals: 5.00pm (GMT) on Monday 26 November 2018
  • Interviews will be held w/c 3 December 2018

Please see here for fuller details.