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20 Aug 2018

Loughborough part of successful AHRC funded Doctoral Training Partnership

Loughborough University London is part of a consortium of universities in London and the south east that form a national Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) focusing on the arts and humanities disciplines.

TECHNE is one of ten Doctoral Training Partnerships receiving funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) as part of their commitment to supporting postgraduate-level research into the arts and humanities disciplines.  

Originally established in 2014, TECHNE has successfully collaborated with partner institutions and external organisations across London and the south east to deliver industry-relevant research across a range of arts and humanities disciplines. The latest round of funding enables the consortium to widen its remit and continue this work. 

Led by Royal Holloway University of London, the other academic consortium members are:

  • The University of Brighton
  • Kingston University
  • University of Roehampton
  • University of Surrey 
  • University of the Arts London 
  • Brunel University
  • Loughborough University London
  • University of Westminster

As part of the DTP consortium, Loughborough University London will create studentships for high-achieving arts and humanities scholars starting in October 2019.

More on this can be found on the main University website.