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Postgraduate Research Studentships in Music 2008-09

February 2008

The School of Music at Cardiff University is to offer a number of three-year PhD Studentships for next academic year. The studentships may be held under any of the three research programmes offered by the School of Music - Musicology (including Ethnomusicology), Performance and Composition - with one 'fees-only' studentship reserved for a student of composition.

Funding

One full studentship (tuition fees and maintenance at the approximate AHRC level) and a number of 'fees only' studentships are available. One of the 'fees only' studentships will be ring-fenced for a composer (courtesy of the David Wynne and Eirwen Thomas Bequest).

Eligibility

Applicants should have a good honours degree in Music (or be expecting to obtain one this year) and be a UK/EU citizen, or have been resident in the UK/EU for at least three years for reasons other than education. The studentships are tenable from September 2008.

The closing date for applications is Monday 30 June 2008.

Contact details

Informal enquiries, application forms and a postgraduate brochure may be obtained from:

The Postgraduate Administrator
School of Music
Cardiff University
31 Corbett Road
Cardiff CF10 3EB
Tel: (029) 2087 4816
Fax: (029) 2087 4379
Email: music-pg@cardiff.ac.uk

Additional Information

Cardiff University is a thriving centre for Music with excellent library, IT and archival facilities. The School of Music was awarded a grade 5 in the 2001 RAE. Its staff have recognised strengths in 20th-Century Central European and Slavonic Music, 20th-Century British and French Music, Popular Music, Composition, Music of the 'Long' 18th Century and Ethnomusicology. These areas intersect with other specialisms such as biographical and contextual studies, the history and practice of performance, organology, sketch and source studies, and analytical and theoretical perspectives. The School supports two research centres: the Central European Music Research Centre (CEMRC) and the Centre for Research into Historically-Informed Performance (CRHIP).