The Brilliant Club, an award winning access charity, are offering doctoral students at the University of Bath a fantastic opportunity to be part of a growing community of like-minded researchers.

The Brilliant Club works with PhD researchers, universities and schools across the UK to challenge the inequalities in access to university.

Their Scholars Programme offers doctoral researchers an opportunity to deliver university style tutorials, designed to emulate the learning that students would experience in a higher education setting. Over the last seven years, they have recruited, trained and placed over 1,500 researchers through the Scholars Programme.

This is an excellent opportunity to gain valuable teaching and public engagement experience and get paid for it. As a tutor, you will:

  • receive high-quality free training and support
  • make a significant impact on school pupils in the local community, helping them to develop the knowledge, skills and ambition to access Higher Education
  • gain valuable teaching experience
  • disseminate your research to a unique, non-expert audience
  • enhance your knowledge of the UK education system
  • join a community of like-minded researchers across the UK
  • be paid £500 per placement

To find out more about this tutoring opportunity come along to our information session on Thursday 2 May (12:00 to 13:00).

Alternatively you can find out more about the scheme and watch a short video of tutors speaking about their experiences by visiting The Brilliant Club.

To apply be a Scholars Programme PhD Tutor, please read through the Application Guidance and then fill in the Online Application Form.