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|Posted: Fri Sep 10, 2004 10:35 am Post subject:
RESEARCH STUDENTSHIPS - fee waivers (up top £1,950)
|PART TIME RESEARCH STUDENTSHIPS
School of Fine-Art at the Canterbury campus, Kent
Three part-time research student bursaries have become available in the form
of fee waivers (up top £1,950) for students studying for research degrees
(MPhil/PhD: 3/5 years part-time). These Studentships will be based in the
School of Fine -Art at the Canterbury campus.
Applications are welcomed from students wishing to pursue research within
the areas of curatorial strategies; site-specific / environmental art;
public art; or interdisciplinary work on issues of place and space.
You will be able to negotiate access to workshops, darkrooms and technical
support and to the recently established Digital Arts Research Centre.
Support will be given by the Studentship supervisor to further develop
research profiles and in turn, you will carry out research activity to
further enrich the academic teaching and research profile of the School.
Research may be undertaken through written thesis or a combination of art
practice and theory.
There may be some paid sessional teaching assignments available to suitable
For an informal discussion about these exciting opportunities, please
contact Dr Judith Rugg, Reader in Fine Art, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
, or on telephone number 01227 817343
Please apply, by sending a copy of your CV, with a covering letter citing
the reasons for your application, to Julie Ross, x- Research Secretary at
The Research Office, The Kent Institute of Art and Design, Fort Pitt,
Rochester, Kent, ME1 1DZ.or submit via email to: email@example.com
Closing date for receipt of applications will be Thursday 28th October
The Kent Institute serves the educational, professional and artistic needs
of the community and is working to become an equal opportunities employer.
We welcome applications from all sections of the community.
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