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Support your students to gain key skills in collaboration, co-production, and community engagement through real world experience.

We bridge the student-community divide, giving students chance to develop cross-sector experience and have an impact with their research skills. If you are interested in how we can support your students to undertake collaborative and engaged research, we encourage you to reach out our team to chat more.


  • Master’s thesis: We support master’s students to produce dissertations in partnership with the charity and community sector. Students can select research briefs from the Community Noticeboard, or approach us with their own research idea or organisation in mind. 
  • Research volunteering: These shorter term voluntary research placements are open to all students. Browse opportunities in the volunteering directory under qualitative, quantitative and literature review research tags. 
  • Pro Bono Research Service: PhD students are invited to apply to our voluntary research consulting service by February 29th, where they can develop consulting skills whilst working for social good.

We are here to engage with you and your students in a number of ways:

  • Speaking at inductions.
  • Coming to dissertation workshops that you may be hosting.
  • Offering our skills development talks to support students to work in this way.
  • Providing content for your Moodle so that students know that we exist as a resource and service for them.

Get in touch with our team by emailing [email protected] to schedule a time for us to connect with your students.