This year Warwick has two Collaborative Doctoral Awards available for a 2020 start. Successful candidates will work closely with an external partner to gain a PhD and whilst working on an identified research need. In addition to the two CDAs in partnership with Warwick there are 13 more CDAs across the M4C consortium covering a wide range of cultural, creative and heritage sectors. For more information, take a look here.
Huge congratulations to Lara Choksey, a former Wolfson Foundation Scholarship holder at Warwick, who has won a British Society of Literature and Science essay prize.
New AHRC funding for Arts & Humanities PhD students through Warwick's partnership with the Midlands4Cities
CADRE is delighted to announce that Warwick is part of consortium of eight leading universities in the Midlands that are joining together to train the next generation of highly-skilled arts and humanities researchers, thanks to funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). The Midlands4Cities Arts and Humanities Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) will result in 460 new postgraduate studentship opportunities across the region over the next five years.