2024 Quintin Hogg Trust PhD studentships at CAMRI

17 January 2024

The University of Westminster’s Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI) is pleased to announce this year’s Quintin Hogg Trust (QHT) PhD Studentships for UK and International applicants to commence in the 2024/25 academic year.

Full information about the studentships, entry requirements and the application procedure can be found here: https://www.westminster.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/research-degrees/studentships/quintin-hogg-trust-phd-studentships-at-the-university-of-the-westminster-0


To apply please select the “MPhil/PhD Media Studies” programme, and make sure you indicate on your application form that you wish to be considered for a QHT studentship.

Applications must be submitted by 5pm on Friday 2 February 2024.

Interviews will take place in the week beginning 11 March 2024.


The Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI) in the School of Media and Communication is a world-leading centre in the study of media and communication, renowned for its critical and international research, which has consistently been ranked highly according to the Research Excellence Framework (REF) and the QS World University Rankings. In REF 2021 83% of CAMRI’s overall research was judged to be ‘world-leading’ and ‘internationally excellent’.

CAMRI welcomes applications which explore the political, economic, social and cultural significance of the media across the globe. CAMRI research is focused on four key themes: Communication, Technology and Society; Cultural Identities and Social Change; Global Media; and Policy and Political Economy.


Please contact Dr Alessandro D’Arma, Director of the CAMRI Doctoral Programme, who can advise you and put you in touch with prospective supervisors.

Email: darmaa@westminster.ac.uk

Alternatively, you can contact a prospective supervisor directly. Please consult the CAMRI’s website for details of our core research themes and the research expertise of academic staff.




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