AHRC North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership in the School of Environment, Education and Development 2021 entry

Type of award

Studentship

Managing departments

  • Faculty of Humanities
  • School of Environment, Education and Development

Value

Subject to residential eligibility status, the award covers tuition fees, annual maintenance stipend of approximately £15,285 (subject to final confirmation) research training support grant and opportunity to apply for additional funding towards overseas fieldwork, difficult language training, overseas institutional visits and internships. Additional disability allowance can be provided where appropriate.

Students opting to study part-time will receive a pro rata maintenance stipend. 

Specified use

Tuition fees, research expense and living allowance subject to eligibility.

Tenable period

Studentships are available on +2, +3 and 1+3 basis for 24-48 months. Part-time studentships are also available. Studentships are made for doctoral study and master's plus doctoral study. We offer a range of master's programmes suitable for the 1+3 route, please find further details  here . For taught master's only funding, please see  Master's funding  website.

Continuation of award

Continuation of the award is subject to satisfactory progress.

Number available

A number of awards are available on a competitive basis, including ring-fenced studentships for BAME and disabled students.

We will be running application workshops for those who are interested in applying:

  • Tuesday 24 Nov, 10-11 (book your place here )
  • Tuesday 12 Jan, 10-11 (details to be confirmed)

Funding provider

AHRC North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership

Level(s) of study

This funding is available to students undertaking the following types of study:

  • Postgraduate taught
  • Postgraduate research

Allowed study options

This funding is available to students undertaking the following modes of study:

  • Full-time
  • Part-time

Subject restrictions

This funding is available to students undertaking study in:

  • Architecture

Academic requirements

Please refer to the application guidance on the  SEED website.

Nationality restrictions

This funding is available to all nationalities.

Other eligibility criteria

This award is available to postgraduate research students in year one, applying for funding for years two and three of a PhD.

Please refer to the application guidance on the NWCDTP website.

Application procedure

Eligible applicants must complete and submit the AHRC NWCDTP Application Form by 5pm Friday 5th February 2021.

Candidates applying for AHRC NWCDTP funding for PhD Architecture should indicate Art History pathway in the NWCDTP application form. The completed AHRC NWCDTP application form, together with your transcripts and references, must be submitted to pgr-seedfunding@manchester.ac.uk

You must also submit your online application for a place on your chosen PhD programme by Friday 15 th January 2021.

Application form

Additional documentation

Required documents:
  • AHRC NWCDTP application form
  • Research proposal
  • Degree certificates and transcripts
  • References

Selection criteria

Please see the NWCDTP website.

Selection body

The School of Environment, Education and Development and the NWCDTP studentship committee.

Closing date

05 Feb 2021

Deadline for PhD Programme Applications: Friday 15 January 2021.

Deadline for AHRC NWCDTP Funding Applications: Friday 5 February 2021.

Decision date

Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application by early April 2021.

Contact details for enquiries

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