The AHRC’s Collaborative Doctoral Partnership is pleased to announce that the following cultural institutions have been allocated studentships under Round two of the scheme (over 3.5 years) commencing in 2016. The final number of studentships awarded to each institution will be dependent upon the outcome of the government’s spending review of the Research Councils. New Calls for projects (for studentships starting in 2016) will be announced over the summer with a deadline in November. As with previous rounds each cultural institution will have the autonomy to select the collaborative PhD projects it wishes to support.
Particular thanks are due to the institutional purchase accutane online supervisors and HEI’s who have supported the CDP since its inception and in doing so recognise the value of doctoral level research which is taking place in our institutions across the UK.
The British Museum
Imperial War Museums
National Gallery & Bowes Museum
Scottish Heritage Consortium (National Museums Scotland, RCAHMS, Historic Scotland, National Galleries of Scotland, National Library of Scotland)
TATE (includes of all Tate Galleries)
Thames Consortium (National Maritime Museum, National Portrait Gallery, National Archives)
Victoria and Albert Museum
Historic England & English Heritage
Science Museum and Archives Consortium (Science Museum Group, BT Archives, Royal Society and Royal Geographical Society)
National Football Museum
Oxford University Museums