London Arts & Humanities Partnership (LAHP)
London Arts and Humanities Partnership (LAHP) is an AHRC-funded doctoral training partnership supporting PhD studies in the arts and humanities. In addition to the RCA, partner institutions include King’s College London, London School of Economics and Political Science, Queen Mary University of London, the Royal College of Art, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London, the Royal College of Music and the School of Advanced Study (University of London), in formal partnership with the Museum of London, the Metropolitan Police and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Applications for LAHP open on 26 November 2018. Apply here.
New applicants will need to apply to study at the RCA by 1 December 2018.
LAHP supports all arts and humanities discipline-based projects (including both practice and thesis routes), but also specialises in interdisciplinary research. Our research and training environment encourages doctoral researchers to develop new methodologies. In addition, our network of partnerships with leading organisations in the cultural sector provides an outstanding resource for future LAHP students. The RCA particularly supports applications in the following AHRC areas: Cultural & Museum Studies, Information & Communications Technology, Art History, Design, Visual Arts, Media, Film Studies, and Ethnography & Anthropology.
LAHP applications are open to new students, and existing RCA students with no less than 50 per cent of their period of study remaining (excluding the continuation/writing-up period), at the start of the AHRC award. Applicants are advised to read the eligibility criteria carefully to ensure they meet and understand the requirements
New applicants who are NOT yet studying at the RCA
New applicants will need to apply to study at the RCA by 1 December 2018. See Apply for more details. We recommend making your application to the RCA as soon as possible. Please note this application is in addition to an application for the LAHP funding.
New applicants will also need to apply directly to LAHP by 28 January 2019.
Existing RCA PhD students
Existing students with no less than 50 per cent of their period of study remaining (excluding the continuation/writing-up period), at the start of the AHRC award will need to submit an application directly to LAHP by 28 January 2019.
How to apply
Applications open on 26 November 2018. Find more information on how to apply and submit your application here.
Successful applicants who will be awarded a LAHP studentship will be informed in April 2019.
Details of the Studentship
LAHP studentships will comprise:
Home Students: full fees waiver, stipend, access to additional funding opportunities, and a training events programme (for up to three years full-time/six years part-time).
EU Students: full fee waiver, access to additional funding opportunities, and a training events programme (for up to three years FTE/six years part-time).
NB: All successful applicants will be required to submit their project for examination no less than 12 months after their funded period ends.