The Universities’ China Committee in London is offering 4th year bursarships for Home Status PhDs who have been studying, or undertaking research on, China-related topics; this to enable writing up or the completion of studies in the period from September 2023. These competitive awards will provide up to £10,000 (major) and £3,000 (lesser) bursaries, each … Continue reading Studying for a doctorate in Chinese studies? Up to three major bursaries now available for UK home students
Utopia, an exhibition of photography by Sussex doctoral researcher Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin is on show at Brighton’s Phoenix gallery until Sunday 19 August. Comprised of images taken during Tunde’s visit to a camp for Internally Displaced People (IDPs) in his home country of Nigeria, Utopia focuses on the experience of displaced children. The photographs show how … Continue reading Interview: Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin, doctoral researcher, speaks about his current exhibition ‘Utopia’.
Get ready! The shelves of Sussex’s Library are coming to life! It’s all part of the Doctoral School’s ‘Living Library’, a reading experience like no other. Here’s how it works: Visitors to the ‘Living Library’ play the role of ‘readers’. Readers are able to check out a ‘Living Book’. These ‘living books’ are in fact … Continue reading Sussex Library comes to life for ‘Living Library’ event
The Researchers in Schools programme offers a unique opportunity: a fully-salaried route into teaching through a three-year training and professional development scheme designed to turn researchers into high-effective classroom teachers. Delivered by The Brilliant Club, an award-winning charity that exists to widen access to highly-selective universities for pupils from under-represented groups, the programme places participants directly … Continue reading Training, development and a competitive salary: learn to teach with the Researchers in Schools programme.