PhD Scholarships 2014

The University of Hull's Graduate School is offering a number of Postgraduate Scholarships, which include options related to the Media & Memory Research Initiative through the School of Arts & New Media on the University's Scarborough Campus, within the Faculty of Arts, Cultures and Education.

The three main areas related to MaMRI's aims are:

  • Digital Archiving and Heritage
  • Digital Curation
  • Digital Media and Memory Studies

In essence, we are looking for proposals related to the following areas of supervisory expertise:

  • Technologies of Memory
  • Technologies of Collaboration (especially wikis and blogs)
  • Mediated Memory Storage, Dissemination and Analysis
  • Archiving Variable Media and/or Digital Data
  • Histories of Electronic Media Technology
  • Digital Preservation

This year, we are also inviting applications for projects related directly to the Creative Economy research theme at the University of Hull. Details about his opportunity related to the following research area:

Potential applicants in these areas associated with MaMRI are encouraged to contact Dr Toni Sant to discuss the suitability of their research proposal ahead of application submission.



Applicants will be expected to hold a minimum of a UK upper second class Honours degree, or equivalent, in an appropriate discipline, and be studying for or in possession of a Masters.

Each full-time UK/EU PhD Scholarship will include fees at the ‘home/EU' student rate and maintenance (£13,726 in 2014/15, subject to final confirmation) for three years, depending  on satisfactory progress.

The International PhD Fee bursaries will cover full tuition fees for full-time overseas students for three years, depending on satisfactory progress, but no living expenses.

PhD students at the University of Hull follow modules for research and transferable skills development and gain a Masters level Certificate, or Diploma, in Research Training, in addition to their research degree.

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