The HRC provides a vibrant multidisciplinary research environment for postgraduate students in the arts and humanities.
It has dedicated postgraduate study space and social space and offers fellowships, project grants, public engagement opportunities, professionalising training and social events.
Find out more about postgraduate student life at the HRC in our video.
Arts and humanities postgraduates at York have access to a range of professionalising training opportunities. The HRC offers an annual programme of training sessions for Masters and PhD students in all the arts and humanities departments, covering subjects of general interest to developing academics, including:
- giving a conference paper
- getting published
- applying for project funding
- designing and managing questionnaires for research.
Subject-specific training for masters students is offered by their academic departments.
Further training for doctoral researchers is available through the Graduate Research School and the White Rose College of the Arts and Humanities (WRoCAH). See the WRoCAH calendar of events for details of forthcoming sessions.
View our postgraduate training programme for more details.
HRC collaborative grants
Find out about our grants designed to develop exciting new collaborative interdisciplinary projects and initiatives which will benefit the postgraduate community in the humanities.
Festival Fringe Family Fun Afternoon
See more details about our popular annual event, held as part of York Festival of Ideas.
Grant application support
Find out more about the support available to postgraduate students at the HRC.
You may need ethics approval for your work - discover how our Arts and Humanities Ethics Committee (AHEC) works.