Arts and Humanities Research Council Doctoral Training Partnership
The University of Oxford has been awarded £14 million from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) for a Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) for 2014-2019.
This enables us to award at least 40 graduate studentships per year in a range of disciplinary areas across the arts and humanities.
The DTP offers skills training for students alongside academic doctoral supervision, and encourages research and public engagement with institutions outside the Higher Education sector. Our annual programme of conferences, events and workshops for DTP students supports their research and helps them complete their doctorates in a timely fashion, and provides them with a lively cohort of friends and colleagues.
Students funded via the DTP also have access to further support, including additional research funding and fully-funded internships of up to six months in any organization other than a university.
We offer our students a wide range of training opportunities, from networking events to career advice sessions and public engagement activities. See our Researcher Development Programme for further information.
In 2014, the Humanities Division established the AHRC-TORCH Graduate Fund and Student Peer Review College to review and fund graduate-led Public Engagement projects. (This comprises funding received through the AHRC DTP for student-led projects, and funding from support TORCH | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities.) Further information: http://www.torch.ox.ac.uk/graduatefund
All DTP students are given the opportunity to undertake professional placements.
The Doctoral Internship Programme enables students to undertake internships for up to 12 weeks during the course of their DPhil programme. It is managed by the Internship Office, who are equipped with trained advisors who guide and support doctoral students towards appropriate placements. Please visit the Careers Service for more information.