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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  • Latest Blog Post

    “My initial instinct was to stare at the faces, willing them to say their names, like Matilda attempting to levitate pencils with her eyes.” In the first of a two-part post, Lauren Butler tells a wonderful tale of her post-PhD research at Hardwick Hall, thanks to her WRoCAH- and AHRC-funded Innovation Placement.

  • Project Partner Organisations

    WRoCAH students have worked with over 100 different partner organisations in 24 countries for employability skills projects. Find out more about our huge range of academic and non-academic partnerships.

  • Meet our students

    Our students are undertaking diverse research in all areas of Arts & Humanities. Come and meet them and find out a little bit more about what they are researching.

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