£14.6M AHRC funding for arts and humanities
doctoral research training
Our support for your research skills development begins before you arrive and continues after you graduate, supporting your transition into work. We will provide a blend of experiential, online and workshop-based activity that addresses the key transferable skills as outlined in the AHRC Research Training Framework.
The key aims of our Doctoral Training Partnership
The Midlands3Cities DTP is setting a new benchmark for research candidate mentoring, training and support providing you with the key skills, languages and aptitudes necessary to deploy your knowledge purposefully. Our key DTP aims are to:
recruit exceptional individuals with outstanding research potential
support students to produce world-leading research
enhance the student experience through new collaborations and mobility
enhance the employability and mobility of students through innovative training and placements
develop a coherent world-class, cohort-wide research environment
support the health of disciplines and encourage interdisciplinarity
promote innovation and responsiveness in arts and humanities research
capitalise upon our regional cultural infrastructure
enable and stimulate maximum engagement with end users of research
What we offer
- The Markets and Consumers Research Group is an interdisciplinary research group at the University of Leicester. We would like to invite interested researchers to take part in our inaugural research seminar on Wednesday, 30 April 2014.
- The University of Nottingham, on behalf of the Midlands3Cities Doctoral Training Partnership, is pleased to announce that it will be hosting The National Launch event of the AHRC's Doctoral Training Partnerships (DTPs) and Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs).
- The AHRC-funded Midlands3Ctities Doctoral Training Partnership has seen applications to each university in the consortium rise significantly this year. This comes as the Department for Media, Culture and Sport announces that employment in the Creative Industries is increasing at a higher rate than for the UK economy as a whole.
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- Translation and Comparative Cultural Studies: East and West in Dialogue on 7-8 May 2014, at the Institute for Modern Languages Research, University of London
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