Marion Redfearn Studentship Award 2021
This studentship, covering (home-rate) tuition fees and a tax-free stipend of £15,609 pa is available to a female postgraduate student embarking on PhD study in a science/engineering discipline—Sound Recording is included. See this page
The Institute of Sound Recording (IoSR) is responsible for world-class research in psychoacoustic engineering and offers postgraduate research-based MPhil and PhD programmes in this area, as well as being home to the world-famous Tonmeister®
BMus undergraduate degree course in Music & Sound Recording.
The IoSR is part of the Dept of Music & Media
, in the Faculty of Arts
, at the University of Surrey
Information relevant to the IoSR and the Tonmeister course is variously on the IoSR website, the School website and the University website, but links to all of the relevant pages are provided in the menu.
The IoSR has strong links with a wide range of companies in the audio industry, through both research and the Tonmeister course, including Abbey Road Studios
, Bang & Olufsen
, BBC Research and Development
, Bowers and Wilkins
, Real World Studios
, and Solid State Logic
, among many others.
The IoSR also benefits from a range of professional facilities of the highest standards, including 3 recording studios (Studio-1
), 3 edit rooms
, over 100 microphones
, and an ITU-R BS 1116 standard listening room
Please use the links in the menu to find out more about us and what we do.