Thinking about doing a PhD? We are pleased to offer opportunites to undertake funded postgraduate research.
Opportunities and resources
South, West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership (SWWDTP) funding opportunities
Each academic year, the SWWDTP funds 50 places for doctoral students across the arts and humanities. Funding consists of a full fee waiver, and a stipend paid at RCUK rates current for the respective year.
Students may choose a 'primary' institution and a 'secondary' institution for their supervision, with the 'primary' institution being their 'home'. They will have access to the resources of both institutions, and a dedicated suite of provision directly from the SWWDTP Hub itself - including events, training opportunities, placement opportunities and more.
Applications for funding open on 2 December 2019. See the SWWDTP website for further information. If you need additional assistance, you are welcome to contact the Graduate College at email@example.com.
Doctoral loans - UK government
As of August 2018, loans are now available from the UK government for those wishing to undertake doctoral research – further information can be found on the UK government website.
Postgraduate Master's degree loans
Those applying for study at MPhil level are eligible to apply for Postgraduate Master's degree loans.
A large online database of funding opportunities, FindAPhD is a helpful tool for those looking to fund their Postgraduate Research Degree.
The Alternative Guide to Postgraduate Funding
The Alternative Guide to Postgraduate Funding is a web resource for current and prospective postgraduate students (any subject, any nationality) who are looking to fund PhD, Masters and PGCE study in the UK through grants from charities, trusts and foundations.
Jobs.ac.uk is an online searchable portal, showing hundreds of funded PhD opportunities from across the UK.