Music at the University of Leeds, UK, has a vibrant research culture and a record of high-quality achievement, boasting distinguished scholars and practitioners. It is in the top 10 for Music in the UK (Complete University Guide 2020).

*Masters Funding and Scholarships in Music*
There are three different ways to apply for funds to help you with your studies, which are the Leeds Masters Scholarships, the School Scholarships, and the Alumni Bursary. Details can be found via:

*PhD in Music at the University of Leeds*

- PhD proposals will be considered from eligible candidates with research projects that relate to staff specialisms in the School.

- Up to two PhD studentships are available through the White Rose College of the Arts (WRoCAH). The WRoCAH Studentships cover tuition fees and provide a maintenance grant at the RCUK national rate for UK applicants. International applicants are also eligible to apply. Details of the WRoCAH AHRC Studentships scheme, as well as an application form can be found at:

- To be considered for this scholarship scheme, you should submit a research degree application form to the University of Leeds by the end of December 2020 and be in receipt of a student ID number.

Applicants will be expected to hold a minimum of a UK 2:1 honours degree at undergraduate level, or equivalent. 

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