Doctoral Training for a new generation of researchers
Doctoral researchers face an increasingly competitive post-doctoral environment. Being prepared to face the challenges of the 21st century requires a different kind of training. Doctoral researchers with the White Rose College of the Arts & Humanities (WRoCAH) develop their employability skills with a cohort, learning and networking with each other in a unique and tailored training programme. The strength of Arts and Humanities research across the White Rose Consortium gives doctoral researchers an unparalleled opportunity to realise their career aspirations within and outside academia.
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If doing a PhD was not enough to contend with, WRoCAH student Fiona Mozley has also written a novel. This is no ordinary novel as it is one of just three debut novels to make the long list for the 2017 Man Booker prize. Her novel, Elmet, is described by The Guardian as an “elemental, contemporary rural noir…
The WRoCAH journal is now at its second issue and, as ever, we hope to give all students a chance to experience the rigorous peer review process before applying to national academic publications.
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We are now accepting applications in our 2017 competition. Click on the link below to find out more and to apply. Closing deadline 17:00 GMT 1 Feb 2017.
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Research in Modern Languages and Linguistics at York, Leeds and Sheffield is diverse and varied from theoretical and empirical linguistics, language acquisition, psycholinguistics, language variation, forensic speech science, phonetics and phonology, syntax and semantics.
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