Funded Studentships

You can use our search listing to find the right project for your skills, passion and expertise. The listing includes:

  • An extensive portfolio of PhD projects, with expert supervisory teams based in one of our leading research centres.
  • A number of PhD programmes with international partner universities around the world.

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Shaping Modernity?: (Semi)-private Exterior Spaces and the Arts in Late-19th Belgian and Interacting Sites of Creative Exchange

This fully funded Studentship within the Centre for Arts, Memory and Communities, explores the artistic networks, imaginaries and projections of (semi-) private interior and exterior spaces in late nineteenth-century Belgian.


Understanding and addressing the uptake of Rehabilitative, Assistive and Restorative Technologies by underserved communities

The Centre for Arts, Memory and Communities are offering a fully-funded opportunity that seeks to explore and understand variability in the acceptance and adoption of rehabilitation, assistive and restorative technologies.


Co-creating a HealthTech evaluation approach that captures what matters most to people living with one or more long-term conditions

The Centre for Arts, Memory and Communities are offering a fully-funded opportunity that seeks to explore the balance of the data needed to ensure useful, valid and reliable measurement.


Atlantic Stories, Colonial Legacies and the Bodleian Library, 1650-1800

The Centre for Arts, Memory and Communities have a fully funded studentship project, which examines the legacies of English transatlantic colonialism as preserved in the collections of the Bodleian Libraries.


The role of health technology in menopause support: co-designing culturally and socially appropriate solutions

The Centre for Arts, Memory and Communities are offering a fully-funded opportunity which seeks to identify and understand the needs and priorities of people experiencing the menopause through language-based and creative methods.


Becoming a doctoral candidate: from expert to learner and back again

This opportunity will explore experiences of PGRs as they journey from professional expert to learner, before becoming an expert once more in a new way.