Druce Scholarship in Music Performance
The University of Huddersfield invites applications for the 2021 Druce Scholarship in Music Performance.
The scholarship is open to PhD applicants in all areas of music performance and performance studies research, including, but not limited to, the specialisms of our staff: historically informed performance; the practice and culture of Western Classical Music performance 1750–1950; new music performance; improvisation; popular music performance; and electronic music performance. We particularly welcome proposals for practice-based research projects.
– Full waiver of tuition fees, plus £7,000 annual stipend.
– Full-time PhD study, three years beginning in September 2021.
– Competitive scholarship open to new UK, EU, and International PhD students.
– Supervision from internationally renowned staff who are active performer-researchers.
– Opportunities for performance, publication, teaching experience, and collaborative projects.
– Access to additional financial support through the Postgraduate Support Fund of the School of Music, Humanities and Media (up to £500 over the duration of the PhD).
– Access to the Teaching Assistant Preparation Programme (TAPP), which can lead to the qualification of Associate Fellowship of the – Higher Education Academy (AFHEA).
The successful candidate is required to be resident in/near Huddersfield for the duration of the scholarship, and will contribute 80 hours’ time per year to performance teaching and support to teaching within the subject area of Music and Music Technology.
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