Considering a History PhD at Exeter? Registration Open till Monday for the PhD funding Open Day

Want to do a PhD in history at the University of Exeter?

There is still time.

Prospective applicants who are eligible for funding can register for our Open Day in Bristol on Wednesday 22 January 2014. The aim of the Open Day is for you to learn more about the research opportunities and supervisory expertise offered in the SWW DTP. The deadline for registering is 12.00 midday Monday 13 January 2014.

Venue: Arnolfini Contemporary Gallery, Bristol

Date/Time: Wednesday 22nd January, 13.30 – 16.00

The event will take place on fifth floor of the Arnolfini Gallery. The Arnolfini is situated in a vibrant part of Bristol, on Narrow Quay between the harbour-side and Prince Street. Entrance to the public parts of the Gallery is free. It is a 15 minute walk from Bristol Temple Meads.

Registration will be between 13.00 and 13.20, with the event starting at 13.30. Please ensure you have allowed enough travelling time to Bristol, and across Bristol, to arrive at the Arnolfini in good time.

Accessibility guidance (PDF).

The Open Day, after introductions from the SWW DTP Director, will take the form of a ‘Market Place’ with the emphasis on you to approach academics from your intended subjects and institutions. A key feature of our DTP is the opportunity to build the supervisory team that best meets the needs of your project, drawing from the expertise available across the eight universities. Academics from each university and each subject area will be on hand to discuss your research plans and to guide you in focusing your project and shaping a team of supervisors to support it.

Please note, the University of Bristol has very kindly agreed to help with the registration and application system for the DTP this year, and they are acting on behalf of all universities in the DTP.

You can register here.

Click here for further information.

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