The ADM PhD Mentoring scheme facilitates interdisciplinary mentoring partnerships between PGRs at different stages of their doctoral journey and between current and completed PGRs with mutual concerns across Arts, Design & Media.

It aims to …

  • Provide informal support for PGRs at various stages of their doctoral study complementary to the role of the supervisory team;
  • Facilitate knowledge exchange resulting in new ideas, approaches and ways of working with the potential for research-related outputs such as conference and symposia contributions, publications, workshops, exhibitions and projects;
  • Increase partcipant’s personal and professional development, for example through critical reflection and gaining transferrable skills;
  • Enhance a holistic PGR experience in which wellbeing and socialisation are embedded with research training.

Partnerships are required to meet virtually at least once a month. Beyond this, we encourage partnerships to develop organically, flexibly and creatively in response to issues discussed and to meet where and when best suits them. There are also two mentoring gatherings twice a year where mentees and mentors meet off-campus to share their stories and experiences.

Contact us directly on admpgr-studio@bcu.ac.uk if you have any questions.

You can also take a look at some of our mentoring stories here.

How to apply

 

Complete the relevant application form and send to us via email at admpgr-studio@bcu.ac.uk by the deadline of Monday 2nd November 2020. 

Please note that all applications are strictly confidential.

 

text-document_318-48568Download a mentor application form

text-document_318-48568Download a mentee application form

 

 

Important information

28/09/2020   Call for applications open

07/10/2020   What is Mentoring? workshop

02/11/2020   Deadline for applications

18/11/2020   Mentoring launch

Mentoring gallery

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