The University of Nottingham has been awarded 138 postgraduate studentships to further research in the arts and humanities over the next five years. It is worth an estimated £5 million.

The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) will fund 82 PhD and 56 Masters studentships in 16 subject areas across the University’s Faculties of Arts, Social Sciences, Law and Education.

Pro-Vice Chancellor for the Arts, Professor Karen Cox, said: “this substantial award reaffirms the University’s position as one of the country’s leading research institutions in the fields of Arts and the Humanities. It will safeguard our long-term planning for, and delivery of, high quality postgraduate research and training. It also means we will attract the highest calibre of research student.”

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