Graduate Research

The School offers research degree programs at both Masters and PhD level, allowing students the opportunity to work under the supervision of outstanding researchers in many disciplines and to participate in a stimulating research community.

The Literary and Cultural Studies Graduate Research program, and the Linguistics and Applied Linguistics Graduate Research program includes the following research based degrees:

Master of Arts – Develop your specialist knowledge, while writing a thesis of not more than 40,000 words on your program of research. A practice-based program can be taken via the MA (Creative Writing).

PhD (Arts) – An extensive, independent research project (80,000 words) on an agreed topic, supported by a minimum of two expert academic supervisors.

PhD (Creative Writing) – A practice-based PhD including a research component as well as a creative work component

PhD (Translation Studies) – A practice-based PhD including a research component as well as the creation of a body of translated works.

Linguistics and Applied Linguistics Program Director: Alice Gaby

Literary and Cultural Studies Program Director: Robin Gerster

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Specific Program Information

Specific Program Information can be found at the following Program sites: