Full time 36/24 Month(s)
The Department has a lively and cosmopolitan postgraduate research community and we aim to help you become first class researchers and scholars. A good proportion of our students hold ESRC, AHRC, Faculty or Departmental scholarships, with a small number funded by other internal or external sources. We accept applications for a wide range of proposals and offer expert supervision from staff within the Department and, where necessary, through close relationships with other departments or colleagues in North Western institutions as part of the ESRC and AHRC doctoral training partnerships.
Potential applicants are invited to contact Rebecca Sheppard (email; firstname.lastname@example.org).
Detailed module information for this postgraduate programme will follow shortly. However, if you have any questions please contact the department.
Master’s Degree: Master’s degree or equivalent in History or related discipline
Undergraduate Degree: 2:1 (Hons) degree (UK or equivalent) in History
If you have studied outside of the UK, you can check your qualifications here: International Qualifications
Students who have completed a combined major or a degree in other disciplines, such as Politics, English, Cultural Studies or Linguistics, are welcome to apply
As part of your application you will also need to provide a viable research proposal
English Language: IELTS - Overall score of at least 6.5, with no individual element below 5.5
We consider tests from other providers, which can be found here: English language requirements
If your score is below our requirements we may consider you for one of our pre-sessional English language programmes
Pre-sessional English language programmes available:
4 Week Overall score of at least 6.0, with no individual element below 5.5
10 Week Overall score of at least 5.5, with no individual element below 5.0
Longer pre-sessional programmes are available, please contact the Admissions Office for further information
Funding: All applicants should consult our information on Fees and Funding; Faculty Scholarships and Funding; History Fees and Funding
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