PGR Studentship Opportunities
Funded Postgraduate Opportunities
As part of the AHRC Block Grant Partnership Scheme between the Universities of Oxford Brookes, Hertfordshire and Surrey, we are pleased to invite applications to study at the University of Surrey for scholarships covering both fees and stipend. Awards are available in the following subject areas.
Professional Preparation Masters
One year fully funded studentships (full-time) in the following subject areas at University of Surrey: Music
Including pathways in
- Creative Practice
The deadline for applications is 19 April 2013
Applicants must have applied for a place on and hold an offer of admission to the MMus Programme. Normal AHRC eligibility criteria apply.
If you have any queries about this application process, please contact Charmian Hearne, Research Student Administrator, Oxford Brookes University, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty Studentship Opportunities
The Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences is pleased to announce five fully funded 3-year postgraduate research studentships (fees and subsistence at Research Council rates) to start in October 2013 in the following areas:
- School of Arts: Cultural Production, Creative Practices, Dance, Digital Arts, Film, Interdisciplinary Arts, Music, Performance, Sound Recording, Theatre.
- School of English and Languages: English Literature, Creative Writing, Translation Studies, Modern Languages, Theoretic Linguistics (Morphology) and Applied Linguistics (Intercultural Communication).
- School of Politics: European Politics, International Politics, Political Theory and Political Behaviour, Political Participation, Citizenship & Political Psychology, International Intervention.
- School of Psychology: Cognitive Processes (creative thinking and decision making; Infant Colour perception); Environmental Psychology (sustainable consumption, environmental risks); Social Psychology (identity, history of psychology, religion and spirituality); Forensic Psychology (decision-making in the criminal justice system); Health Psychology (health and stress, eating and exercise behaviour, nutrition policy and interventions); Neuroscience (functional connectivity, representation of action) and Neuropsychology (sleep and cognition in neurodisorders).
- Department of Sociology: Criminology and Criminal Justice; Identities, Generation and Everyday Life; Media, Culture and Communication; Science, Environment and Technologies; Work, Organisations and Inequalities; Developments in Methodology.
Please note that the FAHS Studentship Competition for 2013 entry has now closed.
Applicants will be informed by late May of the outcome of their applications.
For further information please contact:
Professor Margaret Rogers (tel: +44 (0)1483 682832, email)
Miss El Rolfe (tel. +44 (0)1483 683551, email)