The South, West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership (SWW DTP) is offering 47 studentships funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and institutional partners for entry in September 2022. What is unique about the SWW DTP? Fully paid tuition fees at UK home fee rates Maintenance stipend for at least 3 years and 8 months
Introduction. We are delighted to announce the availability of fully-funded Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded PhD studentships as part of the South, West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership (SWW2). The closing date for applications is 23:59 on Monday 24 January 2022. The start date of this PhD studentship is 1 October 2022.
The South West Doctoral Training partnership have put together a series of short animations on strategies and methods for collaborating in a virtual world. Click Here to learn more about collaborating in a virtual world. For more information about SWDTP funding for collaborative efforts by students click here.
the ahrc south, west and wales doctoral training partnership (sww2) is a consortium comprising cardiff university, aberystwyth university, amgueddfa cymru – national museum wales, bath spa university, university of bristol, cranfield university, university of exeter, university of reading, university of southampton, and the university of the west ...
The South, West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership has designed an innovative doctoral training programme that will equip students with the skills and understanding that stem from broad experience of not only their immediate research environment, but also of wider public and professional contexts.
COVID19 (Coronavirus) Update About The ESRC Wales Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) is a consortium of leading universities, established to train top-level social scientists across Wales. Prospective Students Read information about our pathways, our studentships and how to apply. Read profiles of our current students. Current Students Find out about training ...
A practice-based PhD that spans Film/Screen Media and Heritage/Museum Studies and will involve a range of audio-visual media, as appropriate. The project will be embedded in the earliest stages of new museum and gallery development at The National Roman Legion Museum, Caerleon and will inform and respond to the collections and design and interpretation processes.