AHRC DTP studentship FAQs
The scheme under which AHRC graduate studentships are made available to students is called a Doctoral Partnership Scheme (DTP). Studentships cover course fees, and in the case of UK students, also include a maintenance grant to cover living costs. In addition, the University receives funds to run programmes and events to deliver training and development in a range of skills.
Oxford’s AHRC DTP provides an innovative training environment for doctoral level research, with the opportunity for doctoral students to undertake broader training or development opportunities, such as language learning, overseas research visits, or placements with non-academic partners.