QUINTIN HOGG TRUST STUDENTSHIPS 2024
The Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media (CREAM) in the Westminster School of Arts (WSA) welcomes applicants in any of our areas of expertise (film and media, photography, art and society, fashion, music) and would welcome in particular applications in the following areas:
- Transdisciplinary arts/creative practice and the global south
CREAM is particularly interested in building on current research around environmental questions, propositions and answers as they impact and relate to the global south.
- Arts/creative practice and archives
CREAM is particularly interested in proposals that re-map and re-think past knowledge that reflexively engages with archives as trajectories and counter hegemonic historical discourses.
- MPhil/PhD Music
- MPhil/PhD Creative Media
- MPhil/PhD Film
- MPhil/PhD Photography
- MPhil/PhD Visual Arts
The studentships will consist of:
- a fee waiver (at home fee level) and an annual stipend of £20,622 (raising each year in line with UKRI increases) for three years. This includes London weighting.
Applications are welcomed from international students. The difference between the home fee waiver and the fee for international students would need to be met by the student.
For enquiries contact:
Applications should be submitted by 5pm on Friday 2 February 2024.
Interviews will take place online in the week beginning 11 March 2024.
More information available here.