AHRC South, West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership
Cardiff University is a partner in the AHRC South, West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership (SWW DTP).
The SWW DTP offers postgraduate studentships and training designed to prepare a new generation of professional researchers in the arts and humanities for careers in both academia and the fast-developing cultural sector.
The training on offer puts a premium on collaboration between our eight member universities, across disciplines, and with our professional partner organisations.
Students will be supported by a co-supervisory team based in Cardiff University and another of our member universities, and will have access to the Partnership’s collective resources and training opportunities.
Besides Cardiff University, the Partnership consists of the Universities of Aberystwyth, Bath, Bath Spa, Bristol, Exeter, Reading and Southampton.
The following areas of study are available:
- Celtic Studies
- Classics and Ancient History
- Creative Writing
- Drama, Film and TV
- English Language and Literature
- History and History of Art
- Modern Languages
- Theology and Religious Studies.
Applications for the studentships open on 29 November 2016.
Deadline: 12 January 2017
You will still need to make a separate PhD application to Cardiff University if we are your choice of home institution.
SWW DTP Information Day 2016
Registration now open.
If you are interested in applying for a 2017/18 studentship we strongly advise that you attend the SWW DTP’s Information Day, which is being held on Monday 28 November 2016 at the National Museum Wales, Cardiff.
Registration for the Information Day will close on 13 November.
To find out more and register please visit - http://www.sww-ahdtp.ac.uk/apply-for-a-studentship/
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For more information, please see the official South, West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership website.