Graduate School training programme

The Graduate School offers training in a range of topics that will help you to conduct your research  and develop your skills as an independent researcher. Additional training is also available to you through other Departments and Divisions, and services such as IT Services and the Bodleian Library. You also have access to training through Lynda.com. 

The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH) also organises a programme of research, networking and training events each term aimed at those working in the Humanities. 

Michaelmas Graduate Training 2020

The programme of training activities for this term is below, and each session can be booked separately through the links provided. Please book sessions on an individual basis using your University email only. Further course details will be forwarded once registration has closed.

Feedback will be requested from participants, but if you have any initial comments please share it with us via email to gradschool@conted.ox.ac.uk.

All sessions will be delivered using Microsoft Teams and access details will be provided in advance. Some of the sessions will be recorded to enable wider access and, where this is the case, additional information will be provided. The University has provided useful information on the technology recommended for participating in online teaching.

Upcoming sessions

Writing and Editing Books and Book Chapters

Wednesday 2 December: An introduction to the basics of writing and editing academic books and book chapters with Dr Patrick Brindle.

Student Exchange

Friday 4 December: Meet informally with fellow students. Session run by Alistair Beecher and Louise Bezuidenhout.