Scholarships within the School of Arts and Humanities

 

The School of Arts and Humanities is offering a range of scholarship opportunities for students entering study in July 2023 and in the academic year 2023-24. The School has approximately 300 research students, forming a vibrant research community, and PGR students also become members of the University’s wider PGR community, led by the Graduate School.

To find out more about these opportunities then click on the links below for further details. In addition: 

•    Find further guidance on applying.
•    To apply, complete our online research degree application form.  

To ensure your application is considered for the relevant scholarship, please ensure that you select your chosen subject area in the application form. Where the online application form asks about payment of fees, select 'other' and provide the code for scholarship that you wish to be considered for in the free-text box (codes are found in the scholarship information below).

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Chancellor's Anniversary Scholarships

The Chancellor's Anniversary Scholarship is open to home students studying part-time or full-time, to celebrate the University's bicentenary.

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School and Vice-Chancellor fee waivers

Learn more about our School of Arts and Humanities Fee Waivers, and our Vice Chancellors’ Scholarship Scheme.

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Jonathan Harvey Scholarship in Music Composition

The Centre for Research in New Music (CeReNeM) is pleased to invite applications for full or partial fee-waiver bursaries for PhD studies in Music Composition starting in September 2024.

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Scholarship - Kinky Boots

The School of Arts and Humanities PhD Scholarship Proposal - Kinky Boots: The Manufacture and Identity of Women’s Fetish Footwear

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PhD Scholarship Performance Magic

The School of Arts and Humanities is pleased to offer a PhD studentship in practice-based performance magic research

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Architectural & Engineering Design Scholarships

This PhD studentship relates to research projects aiming to explore the application of automation and digital technologies in architectural & engineering design.

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PhD Scholarship – Scanning research

Scanning research in the public realm offers a VC fee-waiver with an annual £3000 bursary for 3 years and is open to home candidates. 

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PhD Scholarship – Unbuilt Architecture

This project offers a VC fee-waiver with an annual £3000 bursary for 3 years and is open to home candidates.

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PhD Scholarship: Drawing as Placemaking

The School of Arts and Humanities are pleased to offer a PhD studentship enabling students to explore expanded drawing practices and its  relationship with place as an environment, history, and identity.