The Faculty of Humanities at the University of Kent, as a partner within the Consortium for Humanities and Arts in the South East (CHASE), has been successful in its bid to the Arts and Humanities Research Council to establish a 5-year doctoral training partnership that will create over 230 PhD studentships across the participating institutions, the Universities of Kent, East Anglia, Sussex, Essex, the Open University, Goldsmiths and the Courtauld Institute of Art.
CHASE will provide many innovative opportunities for students wishing to develop a range of practical and intellectual skills in the Humanities during their doctorates.
We are therefore delighted to announce a range of AHRC-funded PhD opportunities across the Schools and subjects within the Faculty of Humanities at Kent, in addition to the Kent 50th Anniversary Scholarships.
We will be holding a briefing session for anyone who is thinking of applying for a scholarship to pursue a PhD in a Humanities subject. This will take place on Thursday 12th December (week 11) in DLT1 (Darwin Lecture Theatre 1) at 12 noon.
At this meeting we will explain the procedure for applying for the new CHASE scheme, and we will also provide information about the University of Kent’s 50th Anniversary Scholarships.
The application deadline for both schemes will be 31 January 2014 so it is vital that you start talking to potential supervisors as soon as you can.
Kent is offering some very exciting opportunities for research students, and we look forward to explaining the procedures, talking about what makes for a strong applications, and addressing your questions.
View School of Music and Fine Art Scholarship page for more details.
More about CHASE:
CHASE: Consortium for the Humanities and the Arts South East England
The Courtauld Institute of Art, Goldsmiths, University of London, the Open University, and the Universities of East Anglia, Essex, Kent and Sussex have formed a consortium to promote excellence in research, postgraduate research training and knowledge exchange in the Arts & Humanities. The consortium aims to:
- Support world-class researchers in the understanding of human culture and creativity
- Engage with employers and develop partnerships to encourage creativity and innovation and to secure funding
- Raise the national and international profile of the Universities.