2013 PhD Scholarship at University of Sussex in UK

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2013 James Henry Green Charitable Trust funded Scholarships for Postgraduate Research for UK, Europe (Non-UK), International Students in the field of Art at University of Sussex in UK   . The scholarship is offered by the James Henry Green Charitable Trust through the James Green Centre for World Art at Royal Pavilion & Museums (RP&M), Brighton & Hove. The purpose of the award is to build and share knowledge about RP&M’s rich holdings of material and visual culture from Africa, Asia, the Pacific and Americas. For this reason the main requirement of the award is that the proposed doctoral research project considers some aspect of the World Art collection. Other requirements include a yearly report and, at some point during the scholarship, a public outcome for staff and visitors to Brighton Museum & Art Gallery (for example a talk, display or web article about the research project). The scholarship-holder is also expected to make a presentation on the subject of their doctoral research to the Trustees of the James Henry Green Charitable Trust at one of their annual general meetings during their tenure of the scholarship..  This scholarship is available for pursuing PhD degree level.
The research areas of this scholarship are: Not provided
Who can apply to this scholarship? Applicants must:
· have been offered a place on a research degree programme in the Department of Art History at Sussex
· commence the degree in October 2013 (awards cannot be deferred to subsequent years)
Benefits of the scholarship: Covers ‘home’ tuition fees and an annual book award of £1,000
More information about the fellowship:
Duration: Not provided
Number of scholarships: Not provided

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