Quintin Hogg Trust PhD Scholarships

The University of Westminster Graduate School is pleased to announce a total of 22 new MPhil/PhD positions in their School of Media, Arts and Design.

Scholarships in support of high-quality, innovative early career research.

Applications are now invited from eligible candidates for a number of these scholarships within the Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design, to commence in September 2017 on a full-time basis for three years.

The scholarships fund an annual tax-free stipend of £16,000 plus payment of full tuition fees for Home/EU or Overseas candidates.

Combining world-leading research and innovation with practice-led engagement and impact, the School provides a vibrant global research environment in a purpose-built campus in Harrow, within easy reach of central London.

Aiming to develop, in particular, research that is internationally recognised and contributes to innovative practice and public engagement, the scholarships will be available to those submitting proposals which fall  within the remit of the following research institutes:

Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI)

One of the leading research groups in media and communication with a wide and expanding range of research interests, centred on three main research groups in social media, media policy and industries and media history. We have established centres for the study of the media in China, India, the Arab world and Africa.

Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media (CREAM)

The UK’s leading centre for research in art and design, and a leading provider of both practice-based and theoretical PhD research in photography, film, digital media, ceramics, visual art, fashion, art-science relationships and moving image work.

Applications can now be made in the following areas:

  • Media Studies
  • Communication
  • Music
  • Creative Media
  • Film
  • Photography
  • Visual Arts

For further information, visit Quintin Hogg.


Max Sheridan