A minimum of at least an upper 2nd class honours degree is required to be considered to study for a PhD or MPhil.
Months of entry
A lively, eclectic medium-sized department with excellent research facilities including the National Library of Wales which is adjacent to the campus.
American Literature; 18th-Century Studies; 19th-Century Fiction; 20th-Century Fiction and Poetry; Renaissance Studies; Gender Studies; Medieval Women's Writing; Spenser; Literature and National Identity; Welsh Women's Writing; Creative Writing.
Research Excellence Framework (REF) score
97% of research assessed to be of international standing or higher
Information for international students
Please see our website for more information.
Fees and funding
The Department will award a number of studentships. The awards, covering fees, are open to postgraduate applicants in all areas of literary studies and creative writing. There is no separate application form. Applicants must apply for the standard way. For further details contact Julie Roberts.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Julie Roberts
- +44 (0)1970 621946
- +44 (0)1970 622530