Our community shapes and participates in a strong, vibrant and inclusive research culture and environment, embedding an innovative and entrepreneurial spirit throughout, in order to attract, develop and retain exceptional PhD students, Early Career Researchers and academic staff at all levels able to deliver world-leading and internationally excellent research.
We support our academics’ development throughout all stages of their careers, creating and making visible the full range of research-related development activities and resources to enable growth, including for example shadowing, mentoring, publication and proposal-writing masterclasses, tailored programmes and coaching that develop leadership, entrepreneurship and collaboration skills.
The Graduate School will help you with training and development opportunities whether you are a doctoral researcher, early career researcher or a supervisor.
The Research Support and Development will help you with funding bids for grants, managing contracts, and safeguarding your Intellectual Property.
The Open Research and Rights team has experts in publishing research outputs and will help you with issues around Open Access and research repositories.
The Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers