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Funded doctoral study with MERYC-England and The Royal College of Music

Updated: Dec 20, 2021

Applications are invited for a Collaborative Doctoral Award through LAHP: London Arts and Humanities Partnership.

This funded-PhD is a collaboration between Royal College of Music and MERYC-England entitled: A study of diversity and music-making in early childhood: Towards inclusive research and practice

More information about the research can be found here:

Applications from students for LAHP Collaborative Doctoral Awards available projects starting in October 2022 will open during w/c 13th December 2022/23 Collaborative Doctoral Award Projects Recruiting The London Arts & Humanities Partnership currently has the following six exciting collaborative doctoral awards open for applications now: 2022/23 Collaborative Doctoral Award Applications ...

Please note: Candidates should apply to Royal College of Music doctoral programme by 28th January 2022, and apply to LAHP (via their online portal) by 4th February, 2022.

Please contact the First Supervisor: Dr Jessica Pitt:

for an informal discussion or for more information. A detailed description of the project is attached

Applications are welcomed from music educators, community musicians, ethnomusicologists, and/or anthropologists with an interest and knowledge of early childhood music.

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