University, College and School Research Student Communities
College Postgraduate Research Student Communities
Discover events, activities and support taking place in College/School research communities at Swansea University.
|College of Arts and Humanities postgraduate research community|
|College of Engineering postgraduate research community and College of Engineering postgraduate research community for current students|
|College of Human and Health Science postgraduate research community|
|Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law postgraduate research community|
|School of Management postgraduate research community|
|Swansea University Medical School postgraduate research community|
|College of Science postgraduate research community|
Further Immersive Opportunities for Postgraduate Researchers
The Brilliant Club - Opportunity to work as a PhD Tutor in 2018-19
This is an opportunity we greatly encourage you to find out more about, you can do so by joining one of The Brilliant Club’s short information webinars which will be taking place at regular intervals over the coming months – register interest here.
Through working as a tutor with The Brilliant Club, you will:
• Join a community of over 1200 researchers working to make access to university fair for school pupils from underrepresented backgrounds
• Develop teaching experience through small group tutorial delivery
• Receive high-quality training and support
• Enhance your employability skills
• Disseminate your research to a unique, non-expert audience in the local community
• Be paid £500 per placement
Click here to watch a short video of current PhD tutors talking about their experience.
Further information about what the charity offers both pupils who take part in the programme and you as PhD tutors, can be found on The Brilliant Club’s website where you can apply to take part too.
“The whole experience of participating in The Scholar's Programme was fulfilling and inspiring. I feel that I did something useful for a good purpose and also had the chance to assess and improve myself.”Anonymous, Swansea University researcher