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Film, Fine Art, Music or Publishing

PhD Studentship

Key facts

Start dates

January 2023

Application deadline

1 September 2022 at 17:00 BST. Interviews will be held on 30 September 2022.

Location

Headington

Course length

Full time: 3 years

Department

School of Arts

More details

Eligibility: UK/ EU Settled Status Students/ International/ EU non-Settled Status Students
Funding amount: Tuition fees up to International level will be paid by the University
Fieldwork allowance: £600 (one-off in Year 1)

Overview

We are pleased to offer a fees-only PhD research studentship to three highly motivated PhD candidates to work within one of the Research Groups operating in the School under the Centre of Research in the Arts (CoRA).

We're seeking candidates with academic qualifications in the Arts and Humanities, or related disciplines, to conduct research projects related to the vibrant academic community operating in the CoRA research centre. There will be a variety of methodologies and approaches, including:

  • practice-based research
  • empirical work on audiences and texts
  • theory-driven analysis
  • industrial research
  • historical and contemporary perspectives.
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Additional details

We welcome applications on any topic related to the multifaceted research strands in the School. We're particularly interested in research proposals focused on:

  • Contemporary and historical audiences
  • Conceptual and historical approaches to popular film and television
  • Music and film
  • Opera
  • Digital storytelling
  • Sound Art
  • Photography
  • Art theory
  • Creative practice
  • Book history
  • Disability Arts
  • Journalism
  • Publishing
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How to apply

Entry requirements

Eligibility: UK/ EU Settled Status Students/ International/ EU non-Settled Status Students.

An MA in Humanities or equivalent is desirable.

Application process

To apply for this studentship please see the submission instructions.

Applications must be completed by 17.00 GMT on Tuesday 1 September 2022. The election process will involve an interview on 30 September 2022.

When completing your application online, please note:
Title: PhD Studentship in the Arts
Course: MPhil/ PhD in Film/ Fine Art, Music or Publishing
Reference Number: TDEPGR/2022/08 (include in Title)

Enquiries: Dominic Maitland dmaitland@brookes.ac.uk

Tuition fees

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Research degree fees and project costs
Tuition fees up to International level will be paid by the University. Fieldwork allowance: £600 (one-off in Year 1).

Questions about fees?

Contact Student Finance on:

Tuition fees

2022 / 23
Research degree fees and project costs
Tuition fees up to International level will be paid by the University. Fieldwork allowance: £600 (one-off in Year 1).

Questions about fees?

Contact Student Finance on:

+44 (0)1865 483088

financefees@brookes.ac.uk

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