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Subject: Studentships at RCA/V&A--corrigendum

Studentships at RCA/V&A--corrigendum

From: Joanna Baden <joanna.baden>
Date: Wednesday, March 7, 2007
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    text from a posting from last year. The following is correct and
    supersedes the earlier posting.

Studentships for 2007/2008
Royal College of Art/Victoria and Albert Museum Conservation
Post-graduate training, education and research

RCA/V&A Conservation is a programme of postgraduate learning and
research provided jointly by the Royal College of Art and the
Victoria and Albert Museum. The programme works in association with
Imperial College, London, and in collaboration with other museums,
galleries, heritage organisations, and research institutions. We
offer MA, MPhil, and PhD degrees in a wide range of specialist

MA studentships: MA studentships run full-time for two or, in some
cases, three years. Arrangements may also be made to study part-time
in exceptional situations. The specific areas of study for the
forthcoming academic year are listed below. Details are now
available at


We are pleased to announce three new MA studentships:

    *   Conservation of Textiles (with Shephard Travis Textile
        Conservation Studio Ltd)

    *   Preventive Conservation for historic interiors and
        collections (with The National Trust)

    *   Conservation of Natural History Collections (with the
        Natural History Museum, London)

Please note that the deadline for the additional three studentships
has been extended until 20 March 2007

We also encourage applications from conservators in employment who
wish to develop their knowledge and skills to MA level within our
study programme See further details at:


Research studentships: MPhil research programmes are for a minimum
of two years full-time or the equivalent part-time. PhD research
programmes are for a minimum of three-years full-time or the
equivalent part-time.

RCA/V&A Conservation aims to support research in three broad subject
areas. We welcome enquiries about these and will also consider novel
research proposals from individuals.

    Materials and Practice in Art
    Historical, Social, and Artistic Contexts for Conservation
    Decision Contexts for Conservation

Potential applicants are encouraged to contact the Programme before
submitting an application form.

The Royal College of Art is committed to equal opportunities for all
and in particular welcomes applications from black and minority
ethnic students.

Joanna Baden
RCA/V&A Conservation Department Administrator
Royal College of Art
Kensington Gore
London SW7 2EU.
+44 20 7590 4532
Fax: +44 20 7590 4490

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