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Our Art and Design research is dynamic and imaginative. We have an outward looking research culture, with a strong focus on art and design practice as a significant contributor to cultural enrichment, social dynamics and economic vitality.
Your career development
Nottingham Trent University prides itself on the real-world relevance of its courses, and places particular emphasis on helping students to develop the academic and practical know-how that encourages initiative, innovation and academic excellence.
All our research degrees incorporate a programme of supporting studies designed to develop knowledge and skills of all aspects of the research process, including the funding and dissemination of research. This will ensure that you have the necessary expertise to successfully complete your doctoral programme and lay sound foundations for your future career.
Participation in academic conferences, seminars and external networks will cultivate contacts, skills and knowledge essential for successful research practice. These abilities are also transferable to a wide range of other careers. Researchers are also invited to take part in our own Research Conferences giving you the opportunity to present your work and discuss with other researchers at NTU.
There are some opportunities for research students to prepare for an academic career by teaching undergraduate students or supervising laboratory work, and students may take part in the Introduction to Learning and Teaching in Higher Education training programme.
Many of our PhD students go on to be employed in Higher Education, as university lecturers and researchers. Others continue with their work in creative practice, as designers and artists.
Employment opportunities may also exist in sectors allied to art and design, such as:
– the heritage and museums sector
– arts education
– arts and cultural policy
– political and social think-tanks
– research and development
– bid writing with charitable trusts and public sector organisations.
The School has successfully secured funding under the AHRC skills development programme to establish knowledge exchange opportunities for some of its PhD students. Working in partnership with other Midlands universities, the scheme allows art and design PhD students to undertake short research residencies with cultural and commercial organisations. The residencies allow students to develop and apply their research skills – analytical thinking, communication, problem-solving – in a context outside of the academic institution.
There are opportunities to participate in ERASMUS overseas exchanges in some subject areas. The University has links with many other institutions such as:
– Sapienza Università di Roma
– Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
– l’Université d’Angers
– Universitat Ramon Llull (Barcelona)