AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership

The AHRC DTP Studentship 2016/17 competition is now closed. Studentship awards will be announced by 27 April 2016 at the latest. It is your responsibility to check your email account regularly prior to (&, if necessary, on) 27 April 2016 to see if a studentship offer has been made to you.

The Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities incorporates the AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) Scotland. Doctoral Training Partnerships are block grant awards made by the Arts & Humanities Research Council to support PhD study at selected universities. 

 

The AHRC DTP Scotland comprises eight higher education institutions working together with a prestigious range of local, regional & national arts, culture, heritage & other organisations to deliver world-class doctoral training in the arts & humanities. 

We have been awarded a total of 200 studentships over the period 2014 to 2019. AHRC-funded students benefit from fees, stipend, a core personal & professional training programme & additional funding to support bespoke training needs.  Eligibility rules apply to AHRC funding.

In 2016/17, the DTP Scotland will fund approximately 54 PhD studentships. Full guidance for the competition is available on our application process webpages here.

You are encouraged to read through the AHRC Training Grant Funding Guide before making an application. If you have any queries about your eligibility, in particular your residency status, please contact the relevant postgraduate office or other point of contact in your nominating Higher Education Institution, which will be able to advise you. If you have any further queries please contact the SGSAH office via enquiries@sgsah.ac.uk or 0141 330 3408 / 2743.

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