What is a Doctoral Training Partnership?
Doctoral Training Partnerships (DTPs) or Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs) are multi-institutional schemes designed to support the training of the next generation of world-class researchers.
Benefits of a Doctoral Training Partnership
- You'll be part of a cohort of other research students, creating a community and exciting learning environment
- You'll receive a stipend to help support yourself during your studies
- You'll be able to collaborate with leading researchers and benefit from being part of a partnership
The University of Leicester is a partner in six DTPs through which we can offer funded PhD studentships in a wide range of research areas. Studentships are available to highly motivated and qualified applicants and provide a generous support package usually including a full fee waiver, annual stipend, and research training support grant.
Each DTP/CDT has its own application schedule and deadline. Enquiries outside of the main application periods are welcomed.
For details of other studentships funded by Research Councils and all other funded postgraduate research opportunities, please see the main studentships listing.