Summer School 2017
Monday 26 - Friday 30 June and Monday 3 - Friday 7 July 2017, The University of Manchester, Oxford Road Campus
The fifth methods@manchester Summer School will be held at The University of Manchester from 26 June - 7 July 2017. Each course at the school will run for one week. Each course will deliver four days of content to a five-day timetable (Monday afternoon to Friday lunch-time), building on successful methods@manchester and CMIST short-courses given throughout the year.
What we offer
The school offers a range of specialised courses covering a variety of topics that are particularly relevant to postgraduate and ECR research in humanities and social sciences. The selection includes software training, qualitative and quantitative analysis, area studies, and research design. The course content is based on approaches from across the various schools in the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Manchester.
We also offer day time catering of the event, optional social outings during the summer school period, and advice on transport and accommodation if you are travelling to Manchester to attend a course.
Each course will deliver four days of content to a five-day timetable, unless otherwise stated (Monday afternoon to Friday lunch-time).
Courses are offered at competitive rates with limited subsidised places for University of Manchester students, places are limited, so please book early to secure your place. The course fee is for a single course, and includes 28 hours of face-to-face teaching over 5 days, and lunch on 4 days.
We have a small number of bursaries available for University of Manchester PhD Students (reducing the cost of a week-long course to £300) and UK wide PhD Students (reducing the cost of a week-long course to £400). If you would like to apply for a bursary, please email email@example.com for an application form. Bursary applications close on 16 March 2017.
The ESRC offers bursaries for up to £500 each to enable staff in the UK social science community engaged in research, teaching research methods or supervising research to update their research skills. Contract researchers working in HEIs are also eligible for the bursaries. The NCRM bursary scheme is going to be open to all applications from 27-31 March - further details are available on the NCRM's website.
Courses currently open
- Creative approaches to qualitative researching - 26 - 30 June 2017
- Getting started in R: an introduction to data analysis and visualisation - 26 - 30 June 2017
- Introduction to SNA using UCINET and Netdraw 3 - 7 July 2017
- Statistical analysis of social networks 3 - 7 July 2017
- Integrated Mixed-Methods Research including QCA 3 - 7 July 2017
- Factor Analysis for Integrated Mixed Methods Research 3 - 7 July 2017