We welcome partnerships with organisations who want to develop future researchers and research-informed practitioners, along with accessing world-class research outputs.
Funding, or co-funding, a research student provides an opportunity for bespoke research projects to be undertaken by a student linked to an issue of relevance and value to your organisation or research agenda.
Funding for a professional doctorate – either a professional doctorate in education (EdD) or in health and social care (DHSC) – entails an organisation committing to fund an employee through their research degree. This provides an excellent opportunity for an employee to undertake research that develops their capability as a research-informed practitioner – and enables the organisation to benefit from the knowledge produced.
If you choose to work with us to fund a research student you will be benefitting from working with people who are passionate about your subject area, about knowledge transfer and about improving practice for professionals and service users. Other benefits are: