The White Rose College of the Arts and Humanities (Doctoral Training Partnership)

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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.

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The White Rose College of the Arts and Humanities (Doctoral Training Partnership)

  1. 1. Prof Julian Richards, WRoCAH Director
  2. 2. Studentships AHRC Income £19m, plus £4m University contributions: • 270 AHRC PhD studentships: 54 per annum • 39 White Rose PhD studentships in 13 research networks • 30 AHRC RP Masters: 6 per annum • 96 RPM fee waivers
  3. 3. Training • Yr 1: The Effective Researcher – Optional Yr 1-2: Researcher training mobility fund to support travel within WRoCAH and external training opportunities • Yr 2: The Professional Profile – Compulsory Yr 2-3: Researcher Employability project – 1 month in UK or abroad • Yr 3: The Engaged Academic – Optional Yr 3: Knowledge Exchange project – UK or abroad, singly or in groups • Yr 4: WRoCAH Associate – 2 month’s stipend
  4. 4. The Student Journey
  5. 5. Partnership arrangements • Core partners – Museums, Galleries, Libraries & Archives: British Library, National Railway Museum, Royal Armouries, Victoria & Albert Museum, The National Archives, National Media Museum – Arts and Heritage Organisations: Arts Council, English Heritage – Creative Industries: CidaCo, Continuum – Design, Manufacturing & Retail: Microsoft, Marks & Spencer – Publishing and Performing: Maney Publishing, Opera North – Media: Carm Productions and Strategy, Reel Solutions – Charities & Public Sector: Sheffield Health and Social Care Foundation Trust, The Young Foundation • Addtional collaborators in student projects

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