Postgraduate Research Fair 2016

  • A weekly lecture series inviting prominent academics to Lampeter to engage with contemporary interfaith, inter-religious, and theological issues.

  • The Postgraduate Engagement Fair is a research and social event for postgraduates at UWTSD. It is an opportunity for postgraduates from all the UWTSD campuses including Swansea, Carmarthen, Lampeter and London to meet, network, shape the RDP and feel part of the postgraduate community at UWTSD.  

Induction 2016-17

Learn more about the University's support and provision here, with recordings and presentations from the 2016-17 induction event

  • The UWTSD Postgraduate Interdisciplinary Research Conference is an opportunity for all postgraduates to present their research as a 15 minute paper to their peers.  The nature of this conference is interdisciplinary as the panels are constructed under various research themes.

  • The Postgraduate Research Festival is a 5 day event that takes place on the Lampeter Campus in July. The festival is designed to enhance student engagement. The main focus of the festival are daily workshops which focus on generic area of research development. These workshops are followed by faculty-specific breakout sessions which cover the topic of the previous workshop in the context of the particular subject area. As well as these sessions we also have library twilight sessions that take place in the evening which focuses on different areas related to data management.  

  • The Research as Art Poster Competition is for all postgraduate students and it encourages postgraduates to take a creative perspective on their research by visualising their research as a poster.  The purpose of this competition is to inspire creative thinking about research.

  • Three Minute Thesis 3 Minutes, 1 Slide…..Your Thesis! An 80,000 word thesis would take 9 hours to present; would you be able to explain yours in just 3 minutes with the aid of a single slide? Each year we invite PhD students to do just that. The 3MT challenges doctoral candidates to present a compelling spoken presentation on their research topic and its significance in just three minutes to a non-specialist audience.

  • Each school and faculty has a busy schedule of events that research students can attend.