Before you apply
Make sure that you meet the entry requirements before making your application, and have read all of our advice about finding a research supervisor, writing your research proposal and making an application on the following tabs.
Finding a supervisor
Applicants are required to identify potential supervisors from our arts and humanities Centres of Research and Excellence (COREs) and Research and Enterprise Groups (REGs) in the first instance (see Key Facts above for links). You can also explore supervisor research interests via our programme areas in arts and humanities.
If you need help finding a potential supervisor, the Doctoral College can advise: DoctoralCollege@brighton.ac.uk.
Speculative applications will not be accepted.
Applicants are required to identify a potential supervisor from our arts and humanities Centres of Research and Excellence (COREs) and Research and Enterprise Groups (REGs) and to work with that supervisor on a research proposal. Speculative applications will not be accepted. You should name your potential supervisor in your application and submit a full research proposal.
See also Techne guidance notes (included in Techne online application process).
1. Log in or register as a new user to complete a University of Brighton online application
2. Select the following options from the drop down menus
type of course: research degree
school of study: Doctoral College
Then select Techne studentship (FT or PT) from the list of courses
3. During the application form please attach the following:
i. research proposal
iii. undergraduate and masters transcripts
iv. a copy of your passport (at any upload point)
v. the PDF of part 1 of your Techne application (with the Equal Opportunities monitoring form left blank)