The University of Cambridge has been awarded funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) for a Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP), with at least 52 doctoral studentships available per year. The first cohort of DTP studentships commenced their studies in 2014-15, with the second beginning in 2015. Studentships will be available for 2016-17 in all arts and humanities subject areas offered throughout the University.
The University of Cambridge's DTP programme brings together outstanding UK and EU postgraduate students in a new partnership that meets and challenges the highest international standards of intellectual and academic excellence.
Further details on the Doctoral Training Partnership, including on how to apply, are available on the Cambridge AHRC DTP website.
AHRC Centres for Doctoral Training
The University is also part of two consortia awarded funding by the AHRC:
The Centre for East European Language-Based Area Studies, a consortium led by UCL (University College London);
The AHRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Celtic Languages, led by the University of Glasgow.