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Cultural Heritage Research Peak Studentships

Fully funded PhD studentships

Our cultural heritage research brings together science, engineering, arts and humanities to develop innovative ways to reveal, record, understand, conserve and preserve culturally significant objects and monuments. Changing how we see our past and preserving our future.

We're looking for talented researchers who can join us in a range of interdisciplinary projects related to cultural heritage research. Our studentships are open to both UK and international candidates and can be studied either part-time or full-time. They also:

  • cover the full cost of your PhD fees,
  • provide a tax-free stipend for your living expenses.

Why join NTU?

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Cultural heritage research at Nottingham Trent University has earned a Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education: the highest national honour for a UK university. We believe in applied research and the award recognises the impact our innovative research has across the globe.

Combine this with world-class facilities and dedicated doctoral support, and there has never been a better time to join the thriving Cultural Heritage Research Peak at NTU.

How to apply

We’re looking for talented researchers. You will need to submit an application for one of the advertised research projects below and you can find full application details in the project description. If you have any questions before you apply, please email the doctoral school.

Closing date for applications: Friday 18 February 2022

Start dates: The standard intake is October 2022, other start dates may be available by negotiation.