Apply now for PhD Studentship in Sonic Arts at Goldsmiths

There is a PhD studentship in Music available at Goldsmiths, which can include their new pathway in Sonic Arts (subject to validation). If you want more info on the Sonic Arts pathway please contact Dr John Levack Drever at Please note the imminent deadline (i.e. 9 August 2010)!

Some more information:
3-year full-time PhD Studentship in Music
Goldsmiths, University of London – Department of Music

The Department of Music at Goldsmiths is delighted to offer one studentship for doctoral research, for full-time studies only, commencing in October 2010 or January 2011 at the latest.

Fees will be waived, and the studentship also carries an annual stipend of GBP 13,590 for three years. Students will be expected to complete their thesis within this timescale, and the award holder will also undertake a small amount of teaching in the Department, as part of the conditions of the award. The award must support a research project that complements and contributes to an established research strength in the Department. Please visit to view staff research specialisms, and to find out about our research centres.

Your application should be made using the standard College application form. Your application should include a statement of up to 2,000 words explaining your intended research project, and how you see it fitting into the Department’s research profile. You should submit your application to the College in the normal fashion (, however you are strongly advised also to send a copy to Kim Mulhall (, the Senior Departmental Administrator.

Applications must be received by 9 August and must be clearly marked ‘Music PhD studentship 2010’.

Interviews will be held during the week commencing 23 August, and the successful applicant will be informed by 30 August.

For further enquiries please e-mail the Department of Music (

Further information about the Department is available at

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