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The College has a dedicated Graduate Research School which is committed to supporting its vibrant postgraduate research student community. The team supports both prospective and current postgraduate research students.
You will normally be expected to have obtained a first degree equivalent to at least a UK 2:1 Honours degree in a relevant area such as social sciences, humanities or management.
If English is not your first language you will need to submit, before starting the programme, evidence of a good command of English (see the University’s English language requirements).
Considering a UK PhD?
If you are an International student the University has produced an interactive set of video guides for those who are considering a UK PhD which you may find helpful.