The competition for pathway-specific ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership studentships commencing in October 2019 is now closed. The application deadline was Tuesday 22nd January 2019 (23:59 GMT)
We will be offering a number of Joint and Collaborative project-led studentships for October 2019 entry. Information on the different projects available and how to apply will published in early February 2019 on our Collaborative and Joint Studentships page.
The Midlands Graduate School DTP makes an annual award of a large number of studentships to outstanding applicants across the Social Sciences. The studentships are linked to disciplinary and inter-disciplinary training pathways, and some have a built-in element of collaboration. A Masters is not a prerequisite for studying at the Midlands Graduate School DTP. A range of training programmes are available based on an assessment of the applicant’s prior learning and training needs.
All studentships can be offered on a full or part time basis.
There are 17 training pathways available across the six universities in the DTP consortium. Not all pathways are available at all universities. You can use the lists below to browse pathways and institutions, or you can download a PDF grid summarising who offers each pathway .
If you are not sure which training pathway your proposed research project fits into please contact the pathway lead at the University you would like to study at.
For information on submitting an ESRC DTP scholarship application please visit our 'How to Apply' pages. Please also check your eligibility to apply for a MGS ESRC Studentship by visiting our Eligibility Requirements page.
Browse by pathway
Select a pathway title from the list below to find out which consortium partner offers programmes in that area.
Browse by partner
Select a consortium partner from the list below to find out which pathways are offered at that university.