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On Wednesday 29th January, the Doctoral Training Partnerships and Centres for Doctoral Training were launched at a conference at the University of Nottingham.

On Wednesday 29th January, the Doctoral Training Partnerships and Centres for Doctoral Training were launched at a conference at the University of Nottingham.

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  • AHRC DTP Scotland • • • • • • • • Aberdeen Dundee Edinburgh Glasgow (co-ordinating RO) Glasgow School of Art St Andrews Stirling Strathclyde
  • Scottish Graduate School for the Arts and Humanities (SGSAH) • • • • • • • • • • • Aberdeen Dundee Edinburgh Glasgow Glasgow School of Art St Andrews Stirling Strathclyde Heriot Watt University of the Highlands and Islands … and other HEIs across Scotland SGSAH AHRC DTP Approx. 1500 A&H PhD students. Scottish Funding Council: £1.8M for Infrastructure – including Academic Dean and fulltime Director. Annual HEI membership fee funds a KE & Impact Development Officer.
  • AHRC DTP Features The AHRC DTP Scotland aims to ‘inspire researchers who are capable, caring, ethical and reflective professionals’. • Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary training managed via four Academic Panel Committees. Ring-fenced funding to support both staff and studentled proposals for cross-HEI activity. Responsive funding to support AHRCfunded students to participate in singularly beneficial opportunities. Annual residential workshop for each cohort, to embed core values and skills (final workshop planned by cohort). • Employability Training structured around three key pillars of activity (Engaging, Influencing, Leading) targeted at different stages of development (Gathering, Sharing, Advancing). • Partnerships for planning and delivering training with 30 non-HEIs, including all of the National Arts Organisations of Scotland. Training programme planned via the Training, KE and Industry Committee.