The Department of Theatre, Film. Television and Interactive Media at the University of York invites applications for a bursary for new and first-year PhD students in any of the department's subject areas: theatre, film, television or interactive media/digital culture. The bursary will provide home/EU tuition and a stipend worth £15,000 per annum for a period of up to three years.
All of the following students are eligible to apply:
To apply, the following must be submitted by 5pm on Friday 27 March, 2020:
Applications will be assessed on the quality of your degree qualifications and/or professional/life experience that has prepared you for PhD study, the quality of your research proposal, and the fit of your project with the department’s research interests.
If you have questions please email Dr Lisa Peschel, Director of Postgraduate and Postdoctoral Research, at email@example.com
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We invite applications for an interdisciplinary PhD studentship entitled “Conceptualising interactive & immersive fictional story design founded in film and TV”. The studentship is funded as part of the XR Stories project at the University of York and the successful candidate will be based in the Department of Theatre, Film, Television and Interactive Media and work in strong collaboration with the British Film Institute (BFI).
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The Story Seeds project will explore ways to gather and retell visitor experiences of outdoor cultural heritage sites in the UK and will work with participants to design sensor-based, tactile interactive artefacts to capture their experience of a physical site as narrative – a personal memento of their visit to take home.
The project asks questions about the ways we can generate storied experiences of visits, offering novel ways to capture and share them as interactive artefacts that draw on the outside world (e.g. weather conditions, location, news feeds) as well as visitors’ interpretations and emotions. It reflects on the impermanence of human memory, the challenges of maintaining digital technology in heritage contexts, and will support future research on longitudinal evaluation of cultural heritage experiences.
This one year MSc by Research in Interactive Media is funded by XR Stories. The studentship will cover the tuition fee at the home/EU rate (£4,407 in 2020/21) and a stipend at the standard research council rate for one year (£15,285 in 2020/21). International (non-EU) candidates are also welcome to apply but will be required to pay the difference between the UK/EU and international tuition fee rates (approximately £17,000).
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Audio Engineering Society (AES) - Educational Foundation Awards
If you are interested in applying to our Masters in Film and Television Production with Sound or would like to do a research degree in the field of audio, we encourage applicants to look into the Educational Foundation Awards managed by the Audio Engineering Society.
Funding awarded is generally in the region of $5,000 and will go towards your tuition fees at TFTI. Applications to the AES are open from March 15 to May 15 every year.
Please visit http://www.aes.org/education/foundation/
This UK Scholarship Programme is part of the charitable activity to support talented people at all stages of their career in film, games and television.
The BAFTA UK scholarship programme is open to British citizens in need of financial assistance to take eligible postgraduate courses in the UK. Each BAFTA Scholar receives up to £12,000 towards their annual course fees, as well as mentoring support from a BAFTA member, winner or nominee and free access to BAFTA events around the UK.
Eligible courses: MA Film and Television Production with Cinematography, MA Film and Television Production with Directing, MA Film and Television Production with Producing and MA/MSc Film and Television Production with Sound.
Please register your interest with BAFTA for 2021.