London Arts and Humanities Partnership (LAHP)
The Institute of Modern Languages Research, School of Advanced Study, is a member of the AHRC-funded consortium LAHP, together with King’s College London, London School of Economics and Political Science, Queen Mary University of London, Royal College of Art, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Royal College of Music, and University College London.
Up to 90 studentships are available for postgraduate research students wishing to pursue doctoral study in the arts and humanities within the partnership, commencing October 2022.
The studentship will cover:
- Tuition fees for full-time and part-time students, at the Home rate. International students may apply, but only the Home fees rate will be awarded
- Annual maintenance grant or allowance/stipend (£17,609 for 2021-22)
Applications are invited for qualified candidates in the field of Modern Languages research. The strength of the IMLR lies in its established expertise in the language fields of French, German, Italian, and Spanish, and in the study of the mobility of people, practices, and ideas. The academic staff of the Institute specialise in the study of literature and culture in comparative and transnational perspective, in the history of ideas, in digital humanities, and in multilingualism.
If you wish to study at the Institute and apply for a LAHP studentship, you must
Details of the competition for 2023 entry will be announced soon. It is likely that the call for applications will open in November 2022 and close in January 2023. Students wishing to apply for a LAHP studentship must submit their applications for a place to study on their chosen PhD programme before the closing date.
More information for applications for postgraduate research at the School of Advanced Study can be found here.