Teaching and demonstrating

These opportunities allow students to share their knowledge or experience of a topic, through academic or practical application. This could be by sharing knowledge with their peers, prospective students or members of the community.

Examples of the types of opportunities available include:

Opportunities for undergraduates

There are opportunities for undergraduates to share their knowledge and expertise whether that is within the university with peers, or outside of the university with youth and community groups. For example, you may want to get involved with a science festival or support first-year undergraduate students entering your degree.

Opportunities for postgraduates

Bristol Doctoral College

The Bristol Doctoral College (BDC) grows, develops and supports our thriving community of postgraduate researchers across all research degree programmes at the University of Bristol. They offer a range of events and opportunities specific to postgraduate students to showcase their work, get involved in the community, and develop skills.

Examples of the types of opportunity available with BDC include:

  • Research without Borders
    This flagship festival of postgraduate research takes place every year in the summer term and is a celebration of the pioneering work being done by postgraduate researchers (PGRs) across all faculties and schools.

  • Three Minute Thesis competition
    The annual Three Minute Thesis competition challenges competitors to be clear, compelling and, above all, concise as they deliver a spoken presentation on their research topic in a mere 180 seconds.

  • PGR Development Fund
    Apply to this fund to receive an award of up to £500 to support the organisation of events, workshops, or initiatives that deliver transferable skills, training, or resources, to benefit Bristol PGRs
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