SWDTC- South-West Research Cooperative(SWRC) Call for Applications

Call for applications – South-West Research Cooperative (SWRC) – Funding for Short-Term Collaborative Postgraduate Research

The SWRC is a student-led venture, funded by the ESRC that facilitates collaboration between postgraduate students and community groups in short-term research or an advisory capacity. The SWRC has previously funded a diverse array of projects, including collaborations with: Bristol Nightstop charity for the homeless, Rethink mental health charity, and Exeter Mosque.…

Call for applications – South-West Research Cooperative (SWRC) – Funding for Short-Term Collaborative Postgraduate Research

The SWRC is a student-led venture, funded by the ESRC that facilitates collaboration between postgraduate students and community groups in short-term research or an advisory capacity. The SWRC has previously funded a diverse array of projects, including collaborations with: Bristol Nightstop charity for the homeless, Rethink mental health charity, and Exeter Mosque.…

Focus on…Communicating Your Research

The Autumn term has seen the first Doctoral College Focus On… event. Throughout November the Doctoral College have provided a range of training and networking opportunities for PGRs and ECRs with a Focus On…Communicating Your Research. This included a panel and networking event on Monday 14th November, where PGRs and ECRs gathered to present and discuss their experiences of communicating their research to different audiences and in different fora – from Twitter to 12 year olds.…

The Brilliant Club – teaching opportunity for PGRs and ECRs

The Brilliant Club: A meaningful, well-paid teaching opportunity for PhD students and postdoctoral researchers at Exeter University.

The Brilliant Club is an award-winning charity that recruits, trains and pays doctoral and post-doctoral researchers to deliver programmes of university-style teaching to small tutorial groups of high-performing pupils in schools that serve disadvantaged communities.…

Career Mentor Opportunities

The University’s Career Mentor Scheme is a unique opportunity for students to be matched with an experienced professional to gain one-to-one careers advice, support and guidance into their profession and sector for up to 6-months. This is a particularly valuable opportunity for PGRs who are looking at a career outside of academia, to get specialist careers advice.…