Research Degree Studentship in Dance

January 3rd, 2013 | Posted by Mihaela Griveva in Dance Programs | Open Calls

Middlesex University/Dance4 Research Degree Studentship in DanceMiddlesex University/Dance4 Research Degree Studentship in Dance

This PhD studentship, jointly funded by Middlesex University and Dance4, will provide an opportunity for a candidate to work in-depth with Dance4 and Professor Vida L. Midgelow. The research focuses upon the Dance4 Centre for Advanced Training (CAT) and is intended to enhance their innovative approach to dance training. This centre is part of a government initiative to support and promote the talent of gifted young people and this research will consider and extend the current provision in the light of the perceived needs of the 21st century artist.

Successful candidates will be based at Middlesex University and Dance4 providing an excellent environment in which to develop and challenge their dance/pedagogic practice.  As part of the research process candidates will be expected to attend the regular CAT sessions and also contribute to the programme.

Applications are invited from candidates with Masters qualifications, or equivalent, and who have experience in the facilitation of critically informed approaches to dance training/choreography.

The studentship offers a stipend of £15,590 per annum (including London weighting) plus tuition fees for 3 years.

The award holder’s tuition fees will be paid at the standard Middlesex University rates for UK
and EU students. Please note that international students will be responsible for the
additional cost of tuition fees.

To download the information pack please visit here:

How to Apply:
Application instructions, together with a downloadable research degree application form can
be found at
Applications are accepted by e-mail only and should be submitted to

If you require further information about the application process please e-mail Dr Stefan
Narkiewicz at

Further Information:
Applicants are welcome to seek further information on the research studentship by
contacting Professor Vida L. Midgelow at

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