The Graduate School at the University of Westminster is very pleased to announce 10 new full PhD studentships funded by the Quintin Hogg Trust to begin in the academic year 2020/21 for a September or January start.
Applications are welcome to all of our schools, as below. For any queries about any aspect of the application process or informal enquiries about where your research might fit within a school, please contact the relevant school PhD coordinator (details below).
The studentships will consist of:
- A fee waiver and an annual stipend of £17,285 (for 2020/21, raising each year in line with UKRI increases) for three years.* This includes London weighting
Overseas applicants are welcome to apply to any PhD programme. Applicants to some schools may need to make up the fee difference between the Home/EU fee rate and the overseas fee rate themselves. For information on fee levels see the Fees and funding page.
Applications should be submitted via UCAS by 5pm on Friday 26 June 2020. Interviews will take place online in the week beginning 13 July.
It is essential that you include the title of the studentship in your application header i.e. The Quintin Hogg Trust Studentship.
The University of Westminster is strongly committed to diversity and especially welcomes applications from underrepresented groups.
School of Architecture and Cities
The school welcomes proposals that address any of the school's main areas of expertise: architecture, urban planning, urban design, transport studies and tourism. The school is keen to host projects that explore sustainable cities and the urban environment or those that could be pursued via our innovative PhD by Practice route. We would be particularly interested in applications that build on our expertise in active travel, city tourism, post colonial histories/heritage and diversity in architecture.
For enquiries contact: Dr Andrew Smith at [email protected].
UCAS application links
Apply now and ensure you include The Quintin Hogg Trust Studentship as the title:
* Minimum full time enrolment before submission is 33 months. Fee waivers are in place for the three year studentship. Following that there is a six month no fee period for writing up. Should a doctoral research student not have submitted by the end of the no fee period then a £1,500 fee is applicable.