South, West and Wales Arts and Humanities Research Council Doctoral Training Partnership (SWW AHRC DTP)
Applications for fully-funded studentships starting September 2024 are now open.
Up to 28 fully-funded PhD studentships for entry in September 2024 with the South, West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership.
The AHRC-funded South, West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership 2 consortium (SWW DTP2) is a collaboration between the universities of Aberystwyth, Bath Spa, Bristol, Cardiff, Cranfield, Exeter, Reading, Southampton, and UWE, and the Amgueddfa Cymru-National Museum of Wales.
Individually their research excellence is internationally recognised. Collectively their expertise creates a centre of excellence supporting and supervising PhD and doctoral students across the humanities, languages and creative arts.
Dedicated training for the Arts and Humanities
The SWW AHRC DTP consortium will offer a unique, dedicated programme called The Professional Arts and Humanities Researcher. This will encompass engagement and knowledge exchange – vital facets of contemporary research – and an understanding of the cultural economy and the digital humanities. The programme will be delivered in collaboration with non-University partners including the National Trust, English Heritage, Arnolfini and the BBC. In-house training and other tailored activities will be specially designed for the DTP and brought together as a menu of opportunities for students that address the core themes of Digital Humanities and Public Humanities.
Projects offered by the DTP are grouped by subject. PhD studentships available through the DTP and the University of Exeter will appear here when advertised (Applications will open on Monday 27th November and close midnight on Monday 22nd January 2024).
The studentship competition and application system will close 11:59pm on Monday 22nd January 2024. Applications must be submitted online and further information is available on our website.