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The International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies invites top-calibre applicants to apply to the Northern Bridge Doctoral Training Partnership studentships competition 2015. More than fifty fully-funded doctoral studentships are available across the full range of arts and humanities subjects, including Creative Practice disciplines. UK and EU applicants are eligible for these awards.
Northern Bridge is an exciting, AHRC-funded collaboration between Newcastle University, Durham University and Queen’s University Belfast. Our aim is to deliver outstanding doctoral education in the arts and humanities, and successful applicants will join a thriving cohort of almost fifty Northern Bridge PhD students recruited through last year’s studentship competition. Northern Bridge offers exceptional supervision by academic staff researching at the cutting edge of their disciplines, vibrant research environments that promote interdisciplinary enquiry, and research training and career development opportunities tailored to the needs of twenty-first century researchers.
Northern Bridge students benefit from our close partnerships with prestigious local and national organisations in the cultural, heritage, broadcasting, and government sectors. Our partners provide a wide range of placement, research, and training opportunities, and currently comprise: BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art; BBC Northern Ireland; Belfast City Council; Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure NI; Durham Cathedral; National Media Museum; New Writing North; Newcastle City Council; Sage Gateshead; Seven Stories National Centre for Children’s Books; The Bowes Museum; Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums; and Wordsworth Trust.
We provide a comprehensive and attractive package of financial support over the duration of study, which incorporates:
If you are planning to apply for these awards in ICCHS you are advised to contact us (Dr Areti Galani) as soon as possible to discuss your application.
If you have any questions about the application process please contact Jane Hagger.
The application deadline for these scholarships for enrolment in September 2015 is: 5 p.m. on Monday 26 January 2015.
Please note that we will accept applications to our courses after the AHRC deadline but you would not be eligible for AHRC funding.
Newcastle University offers a number of partial scholarships and fees discounts to prospective international postgraduate students.
International students may also be eligible to apply for funding from their own governments or educational bodies, especially for PhD level research. You are advised to investigate these possibilities with your governmental or educational bodies as early as possible as many sources of funding have application deadlines in advance of those followed in the UK.