Applications are welcomed for PhD and MPhil degrees, traditional or blended learning Doctoral degrees in any of our main research areas.
As a research student, you will be directly involved in the mainstream research of the Faculty. You will receive specialised training relevant to your research topic and methodology. You will be encouraged to take part in a range of more generic courses such as teaching skills, statistical methods and computing.
You will also be encouraged to attend and present lectures and posters at conferences both within the UK and overseas; recent students have attended conferences in the USA and Australia as well as mainland Europe.
For an Integrated Degree (1+3) MRes/PhD study option, please see our listing for the NWDTC funded studentship in Health and Well-being.