Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Studentships

The North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership (NWCDTP), led by The University of Manchester, is one of 10 consortia who will share more than £170 million in funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) over eight years. This equates to funding and training for at least 225 new researchers in the arts and humanities through the NWCDTP.

DTPs provide innovative training environments for doctoral researchers. They include opportunities for PhD students to undertake broader training or development, such as language learning, overseas research visits, or placements with non-academic partners.

The consortium includes a wide variety of bodies beyond the university sector that students can engage with to further their experience, from multinational organisations to local museums and galleries.

Dr Erica Baffelli, NWCDTP Director, said: "On behalf of the North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership I am delighted by this new award from the AHRC, which will allow us to fund and train at least 225 new researchers in the arts and humanities. Since its formation in 2014 the NWCDTP has established a successful partnership that provides high-quality doctoral training across the whole range of the arts and humanities. In the new phase of the DTP we will build on our effective partnership to continue to innovate to produce impactful research."

Further information is available on the University News pages.

The deadline for applications for funding 2019-20 is 5.00 pm GMT on 7 February 2020. There is only one closing date for funding applications each year and there is no flexibility on this date.

How to Apply

To apply for an award, candidates must have applied for a place on a programme by Monday 13 January 2020. Please note that your application for admission onto your chosen programme must be complete (no missing documents) when submitted by this deadline. Please indicate in the 'Source of Funding' section of your programme application that you are applying for AHRC funding. Alternatively, if you have already submitted your programme application, please contact us at fass-pg@lancaster.ac.uk. In order to be eligible for NWCDTP funding you must have been offered and accepted a place on a programme at Lancaster University by 7 February 2020.

You must also submit an NWCDTP Funding Application by 5.00 pm GMT on 7 February 2020 in order to be considered. Applicants are strongly advised to liaise with prospective supervisors when completing the studentship application form.

Further information about the NWCDTP and the studentships on offer is available via the NWCDTP website, as are the application forms and guidance notes. Please check that you meet the academic and residential eligibility criteria on page 2 of the guidance notes before applying. Applications should be made on the appropriate application form and should be sent to fass-pg@lancaster.ac.ukalong with the separate Equality and Diversity Form (also available from the NWCDTP website).

Frequently Asked Questions

Accordion

Pathway Representatives

Please contact your Pathway Representative in the first instance if you need help completing your AHRC application form. If help is still required contact fass-pg@lancaster.ac.uk.

Classics

Paul Antony Hayward

Dr Paul Antony Hayward

Senior Lecturer in Late Roman and Earlier Medieval History

B143, B - Floor, Bowland Main

Creative Writing

Jenn Ashworth

Authors and the World, Creative Writing, Creative-Critical Writing, Digital Humanities, Gothic and Science Fiction, Literature and Religion, Literature, Space and Place, Literature, the Arts, Media and Performance

Drama

Nigel Stewart

Nigel Stewart

Senior Lecturer

Centre for Performance and Practice, Creative Cultures and Contexts, Insight

English

Lindsey Moore

Centre for Gender and Women's Studies, Literature and Religion, Transcultural Writing

+44 (0)7855 858013

Heritage (Archaeology, Art History, Museum Studies)

Charlie Gere

Creative Cultures and Contexts, Insight

Deborah Sutton

Dr Deborah Sutton

Senior Lecturer in Modern South Asian History

History

Deborah Sutton

Dr Deborah Sutton

Senior Lecturer in Modern South Asian History

Law

Valentina Vadi

Professor Valentina Vadi

Professor of International Economic Law

Centre for Law and Society

Linguistics

Veronika Koller

Professor Veronika Koller

Professor in Discourse Studies

DisTex - Discourse and Text Research Group, LIP - Language, Ideology and Power Group

++44 (0)1524 594642
Claire Nance

Dr Claire Nance

Senior Lecturer

Phonetics Lab

C047, C - Floor, County South

Media and Cultural Studies

 

Anne Cronin

Anne Cronin

Professor Anne Cronin

Professor of Cultural Sociology

Centre for Gender and Women's Studies

+44 (0)1524 593594 B006, B - Floor, Bowland North

Modern Languages and Translation Studies

Allyson Fiddler

Authors and the World, Centre for Gender and Women's Studies, Centre for Transcultural Writing and Research, Creative Cultures and Contexts, Poetics of Resistance

B176, B - Floor, County Main

Philosophy

Sam Clark

Dr Sam Clark

Senior Lecturer

CILHR Centre for International Law and Human Rights

+44 (0)1524 592449

Religions

Gavin Hyman

Dr Gavin Hyman

Senior Lecturer

Continental Philosophy and Critical Theory

Visual Arts and Design

Jen Southern

Dr Jen Southern

Senior Lecturer

CeMoRe - Centre for Mobilities Research, Creative Cultures and Contexts