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There is a number of funding sources for both studying at Goldsmiths as well as for extra-curricular student projects.

Funding for study

Undergraduate funding and financial support for 2014 entry

Postgraduate funding and financial support for 2014 entry

Research funding portal 

CHASE Studentship Scheme

CHASE AHRC Funding for Theatre and Performance PhD Study, Department of Theatre and Performance, Goldsmiths, University of London
Goldsmiths is one of nine members of the CHASE AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership. CHASE stands for Consortium for Humanities and the Arts South-East England, and it is one of 11 Doctoral Training Partnerships funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). In 2018 the CHASE consortium will offer up to 75 studentships at member institutions, including the Goldsmiths Theatre and Performance Department.  
 
A CHASE studentship pays full tuition fees for PhD-level study, and also provides a stipend for living expenses for eligible students.  CHASE-funded students have access to additional skills training and researcher development opportunities.CHASE funding is available to all UK and EU students.  All eligible applications received for PhD study in the Department of Theatre and Performance will be considered for CHASE funding, subject to being offered a place. Applicants who wish to apply need to have been accepted on our doctoral programme by 10th January 2018. New applicants should discuss their interest in the CHASE studentship with their potential supervisor and/or with the Director of Postgraduate Studies, Dr. Cami Rowe: c.rowe (@gold.ac.uk). We urge prospective applicants to contact us as soon as possible to discuss their project.
 
Further information about CHASE studentships can be found on the CHASE website.

Student project funding

Student Project Fund