IWM supervises several Collaborative Doctoral Award students who are researching their PhDs through the Arts and Humanities Research Council's Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships Scheme.
CDAs are supervised by a member of staff at IWM and an academic at a UK university.
The projects offer the possibility for students to combine academic work leading to a doctorate with the acquisition of practical skills and work experience outside the university context.
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New opportunities to co-supervise PhDs
Deadline 15 December 2023
We are pleased to announce three new AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships (CDP) proposals, offering co-supervision opportunities for academics in UK universities.
The new studentships starting in October 2024 are:
- Visualising India's Wars in South-East Asia, 1938 - 1947
- War and Modern Fantasy Writing
- The Social Impact of Community Participation and Co-Design in a Museum
AHRC CDPs provide funding for PhD research that utilises our collections, resources, or expertise. This research is jointly supervised by the IWM and academic partners.