TODAY at 12 noon (Monday 13 January) is the last day for registering to attend the Open Day for the new AHRC PhD studentships and Doctoral Training Programme on 22 January!!!
Click here to register!
Attendance at this Open Day will be of great benefit in applying for the studentships (deadline for submission of written applications is 21 February).
Contact Dr Wendy Matthews, Director of Postgraduate Research Studies in Archaeology for more info. (email@example.com)
Details of the application processes are outlined below:
AHRC Doctoral Training Programme
University of Reading in the South West and Wales Consortium
- 50 Fully-funded PhD studentships for entry in October 2014 across the Consortium (UK Fees and maintenance £13,726; EU fees only)
- Supervision at Reading and within network of 8 Universities (Aberystwyth, Bath, Bath Spa, Bristol, Cardiff, Exeter, Reading and Southampton)
- Placements and supervision with external Partner Organisations including the National Trust, English Heritage, BBC, Getty Research Institute LA, Universities in Germany, Japan, USA, China
- Professional Arts and Humanities Researcher training, including ‘Public Humanities’
- Research Theme and Cluster meetings and conference each year
- Funds for attendance at meetings and sharing of resources across the consortium
- Register your Expression of interest and to attend the Open Day by 13 January 2014 12 noon
- Attend the Open Day on 22 January in Arnolfi Gallery, Bristol
- Contact the Subject leader by 24 January (with 500 word proposal and CV) and apply for a place at the university
- Prepare and submit your application by 21 February 2014 (Form available from SWWC DTP)
– 1500 word proposal
– 500 word personal statement
- Interviews are 17-28 March
- Awards will be announced on 17 April
- Acceptance must be made by 1 May 2014