Funded doctoral studentships
LAHP Collaborative Doctoral Award
We are now encouraging applications to the LAHP Collaborative Doctoral Award (CDA) for the following project:
A study of diversity and music-making in early childhood: Towards inclusive research and practice
The CDA is open to prospective doctoral students. Applications must be received by 5pm BST on 28 January 2022.
The LAHP offers up to 90 fully-funded doctoral studentships annually across all member institutions, awarded on a competitive basis to new doctoral students. Member HE institutions are:
- Royal College of Music
- Royal College of Art
- The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London
- King’s College London
- London School of Economics and Political Science
- Queen Mary University of London
- School of Advanced Study, University of London
- University College London
Successful doctoral applicants will have the opportunity to apply for the fully-funded studentships. The partnership will offer cross-partnership training courses, interdisciplinary collaborations between students across institutions, placements and opportunities for research with six core non-HE industry sector partners, who include:
- Museum of London
- National Archives
- Victoria & Albert Museum
- Wellcome Trust
For all students (including EU and overseas) the studentships comprise:
- Full fees waiver
- Access to additional funding opportunities
- A training events programme (for up to three and a half years full time or the equivalent part time)
How to apply
Successful RCM doctoral applicants are welcome to apply to LAHP for a funded studentship. You cannot apply for a LAHP studentship until you have a confirmed place on the RCM doctoral programme.
Further details on how to apply for the studentship and relevant deadlines are posted on the LAHP website when available. Successful applicants will be informed in Spring 2022.
Get in touch
If you would like to speak to us about the possibility of applying for an AHRC-funded doctoral place at the RCM, please contact our Head of Postgraduate Programmes.
Professor Natasha Loges
Head of Postgraduate Programmes