Fully Funded Research Studentships at University of Brighton in UK, 2017
- 8 February 2017
The University of Brighton is offering a range of fully funded PhD studentships opportunities for 2017.
Brighton is proud to be a partner in five doctoral training partnerships and centres for doctoral training. They have recognition across all of their colleges covering the arts, humanities and sciences.
The University of Brighton is a public university based on five campuses in Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings on the south coast of England. Its roots can be traced back to 1858 when the Brighton School of Art was opened in the Royal Pavilion and it achieved university status in 1992.
TECHNE Doctoral Training Partnership: This AHRC-funded DTP will draw together traditional scholarship, history, theory and practice across seven universities, with collaboration from world-leading partners.
Design Star Centre for Doctoral Training: The AHRC-funded Design Star CDT brings together leading design departments at six universities, and aims to develop future intellectual leadership in design.
South Coast ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership: This ESRC-funded DTP aims to develop the next generation of research leaders in social science in academia, government, business and civil society.
EPSRC Doctoral Training Partnership: This EPSRC-funded DTP will make a difference, including improving healthcare, advancing technologies to make lives safer and simpler and influencing and rewriting policy.
Science and Engineering in Arts Heritage & Archaeology (SEAHA): This EPSRC-funded CDT will pioneer a new work model to nurture heritage scientists and engineers for career paths in heritage, industry and policy.
Applicants must have master’s degree or equivalent.
These are fully-funded scholarships.
Applicants must complete an online application.
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