PhD Studentship for Home/ EU Students at Courtauld Institute of Art and Tate in UK, 2018

Tateand the Courtauld Institute of Art are pleased to use PhD studentship from qualified prospects for a full-time collective program moneyed for 3 years by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, to start in October 2018.

The proposed doctoral research study intends to break brand-new ground in the understanding of 1990 s art and networks in the previous USSR, the Soviet satellite nations and previous Yugoslavia by studying the results of the web on imaginative advancements in nations with little institutional assistance for modern art.

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  • Applications close: May29, 2018
  • CourseLevel: Studentship is offered to pursue PhD program.
  • StudySubject: Net Art East: Post-SocialistArtists’ Networks and New Media.
  • ScholarshipAward: The studentship is moneyed through the AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership program, and consists of tuition charges as much as the requirement Home/ EU quantity and a yearly upkeep grant. Note that overseas students are not qualified for AHRC awards (other than under particular scenarios) and EU students have to examine whether they are qualified for charges and upkeep or charges just. Details of existing upkeep and charge rates can be discovered on the Current Research Awards page on the AHRC site. The AHRC doctoral award does not consist of funds for travel however please note that the trainee will have the ability to use for external grants that would assist to make it possible for travel in the area.
  • Nationality: Available to Home/ EU students
  • Numberof Scholarships: Numbers not provided
  • Scholarship can be taken in the UK

Eligibilityfor the Scholarship:

EligibleCountries: This studentship is offered to Home/ EU students.

EntranceRequirements: Applicants need to have fulfilled the following requirements:

The institute welcomes applications from prospects with a strong scholastic background in the modern-day art related to Eastern Europe or net art, archival abilities and a clear and interesting research study proposition that can be established through the offered research study guidance. The prospect need to have an exceptional command of English, both spoken and composed, and it would be helpful to have a great understanding of several other languages. The prospect must reveal proof of a capability to discuss art work for an expert and for non-specialist audiences in an appealing and available method. Successful candidates are anticipated to have a great very first degree (at least 2.1, or global equivalent) in a pertinent field of liberal arts, and have actually acquired, or are presently working to a Master’s degree at Merit or Distinction level or global equivalent.

EnglishLanguage Requirements: The prospect should have an exceptional command of English, both spoken and composed, and it would be helpful to have a great understanding of several other languages.


How to Apply: Applications must be made by e-mail to [email protected]at The Courtauld Institute of Art and needs to consist of the following files as electronic accessories:

  • A covering letter, mentioning why you are using for this specific collective chance and why you believe your scholastic interests certify you for this award
    • A research study proposition of as much as 1,000 words (max.)
    • A curriculum vitae
    • A records of your certifications to this day (and prepared for outcomes if still studying for an MA)
    • If pertinent, evidence of English language efficiency
    • A composing sample (e.g. MA essay or argumentation; images might be left out if the file is too big otherwise to send out by e-mail)
    • Contact information for 2 referees
    Please make sure the files are identified as follows: ‘surname, first name, application component’ (e.g. composing sample/CV).


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