About the Graduate internship program

Are you a Faculty of Arts graduate student who is keen to expand your digital skills, or an academic who needs support with a digital humanities project?

The Digital Studio’s Graduate Internships bring together graduate students, postdocs and academics from across the Faculty of Arts to work together on digital research projects. Creating an environment for the investigation and trialling of digital concepts and methodologies, the internships provide support to academics, as well as upskilling and mentoring an emerging community of digital humanists.

Now in its third year, the Digital Studio graduate internship program has already supported 19 diverse digital humanities, arts, and social science projects, ranging from structuring and visualising pre-modern Europe execution ballads, to data scraping and network analysis of social media content.

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2020 Program schedule

Wednesday 1 July

Academic and graduate student applications close

Friday 17 July

Successful applicants notified

Monday 3 August

Intern training commences

Monday 10 August

Projects Commence

Friday 23 October

Final project completion

Friday 30 October

Internship Showcase