The Centre for Arts Doctoral Research Excellence (CADRE) at the University of Warwick expects to offer up to 13 fully-funded 3.5 year PhD scholarships for Home/EU students, commencing in the academic year 2017-18.
This is an opportunity for excellent graduates from across the globe to become part of a vibrant doctoral Arts and Humanities research community. CADRE scholars are offered the chance to develop an innovative approach to interdisciplinary research and tackle societal challenges from a humanities perspective. CADRE aims to equip scholars with the knowledge, skills and understanding to pursue the profession of their choice, whether in academia or in the public or private sectors; to be informed and active citizens; and to seek to apply their expertise to the major issues facing society today.
As a CADRE Scholar you will have access to the following:
World leading interdisciplinary supervision A rich community of peer learning through the Arts PGR Development Exchange The chance to participate in the annual Arts Postgraduate Research Festival The chance to learn a language and spend time at a non UK archive A range of reading groups and seminars hosted by departments across the Faculty A personalised development journey, ensuring that you complete your studies having developed the essential skills to compete for an academic or non-academic position