South, West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership

Deadline: 11th January 2018

The SWW DTP is offering up to 60 fully-funded PhD studentships across the arts and humanities for entry in September 2018 awarded on the basis of academic merit. For more information about how to perfect your application please see the department pages listed below and the SWW DTP website.

You will need to submit an application for a place at Bristol, as well as an application to the DTP for funding. Before submitting either application, we recommend discussing your proposal with a potential supervisor in your chosen department. You can contact them directly using the links below to the department pages. When you submit your application to Bristol for a place, please include details of a second supervisor at Bristol if you also with to be considered for other Bristol funding schemes. In order to be considered by the DTP, you will need to submit your application for a place at Bristol by 11 January 2018.

The studentship competition opens on Monday 27 November and closes on Thursday 11 January. More information is available on the SWW DTP website.

Why Bristol?

The SWW DTP allows you the flexibility to complete your research in the way that is best for you... it also provides the framework and impetus to gain new skills, develop new approaches and take advantage of opportunities that will not end with the PhD, but continue into professional life.

Henry Webber (PhD student in Archaeology)

Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)

The UK is a world leader in arts and humanities research. The AHRC will enhance our global distinction by focusing on excellence of achievement, extending opportunity and building capacity through partnerships.

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