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.

In 2018, our interns have tackled 10 diverse projects, ranging from structuring and visualising pre-modern Europe execution ballads, to data scraping and network analysis of social media content. Find out more about their work on the 2018 Internship project page.

Want to find out more about internships in the Digital Studio? Join us for the 2018 Digital Studio Internships Showcase on 10 October.

Are you a graduate student or postdoc who is keen to expand your digital skills?

The internship is a unique opportunity expand your coding and data skills, with training and mentoring from the Digital Studio. Interns will be matched with an academic, assisting them to deliver a digital project within the humanities and social sciences. Student applications for 2019 are now open. Head to the application page for more details.

Are you an academic who needs support with managing or visualising your research data?

Academics working in the humanities and social sciences who have a suitable digital project or research dataset that would benefit from cleaning, structuring, expanding, or visualising are encouraged to submit an expression of interest to join the scheme. To submit and expression of interest for for guidelines about the programs head to the application page.