How to Register
If you are a new student, registering gives you access to our monthly e-newsletter from the LISS DTP team with details of upcoming training, news & events. You can view or download a copy of the LISS DTP Handbook 2019-20 now – if you would prefer to receive a physical copy of our handbook, please email the LISS DTP team with your name and address. In addition to the newsletter, you can also keep in touch with us via Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
You do not need to register with this form if:
- Your PhD is funded by the ESRC via LISS DTP from 2017-18 onward – you were automatically registered
- You were previously registered as a KISS DTC student – your details were transferred to LISS
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LISS DTP Induction for 2020 Starters
24th September 2020 (via Zoom)
Due to impacts of COVID-19 and ongoing social distancing measures, we will be hosting an interactive online Induction for PhD students from King’s College London, Queen Mary University of London, and Imperial College who are using social science methodologies.
We invite all prospective LISS affiliate students, current affiliates and ESRC-funded LISS students to attend our Induction session at 3:30pm on Thurday, 24th September to meet our new Deputy Director of Training and Cohort Development, Dr Paul Copeland (Queen Mary) and learn about the training opportunities we have organised for the upcoming year. Please register your attendance using the form below or navigate to this page.
Individual Pathway Meetings will also take place via Zoom following this Induction session w/c 28th September. This is a good opportunity to meet your Pathway Lead, other LISS students in your research area and to discuss potential uses of pathway funding for further development and support of your doctoral studies.
As a reminder, our training programme is open to all PhD students from King’s College London, Queen Mary University of London, and Imperial College who are using social science methodologies. We hope you will join us on the 24th!