The University of Oxford has many websites which can provide training and skills for students and researchers. Some are divisional, while others are open to all in the university. Check out the links below.
Since its launch in 2002, the Centre has successfully managed to become both a knowledge resource and training hub for entrepreneurially minded academics and students.
Resources across the University of Oxford to help you use your research to interact with organisations or individuals outside academia.
The Careers Service facilitates a number of learning and development programmes that provide you with opportunities to develop your skills and experience for your career.
Humanities Division: A range of skills and competencies are necessary for the successful completion of a programme of graduate study.
TORCH provides a range of training and development opportunities for early career researchers in Humanities.
The University and Division have considerable expertise and numerous opportunities to further one's professional development, training and skills.
The divisional course programme is intended to support your professional and career development, whether you are planning to continue working in academia or transition to other fields.
MPLS offers opportunities for any of our students, researchers and staff to become more informed and active in the Oxford Entrepreneurial ecosystem through a series of Enterprise courses and events.