Suitable for graduates in Welsh or other Humanities and Social Science subjects. Students who have not completed an MA or a research methods training course normally follow the research skills module of the taught MA while preparing for their MPhil/PhD thesis.
A 1st or an upper 2nd class UK Honours degree, or equivalent, is required.
Candidates who wish to submit their MPhil or PhD dissertation in Welsh, and who have not graduated in Welsh, must satisfy the School as to the standard of their written and oral skills in the language.
The School of Welsh also welcomes applications from UK or overseas non-Welsh speaking students who wish to study and submit their MPhil or PhD dissertation through the medium of English.
Months of entry
January, October, July, April
The research interests of our staff are varied and include the Welsh language, Welsh literature, creative and critical writing as well as the social and international aspects of language planning.
The originality and rigour of our research make the School of Welsh at Cardiff a popular choice for those interested in postgraduate study.
To offer knowledge and expertise for a career in language planning, media, government, teaching, management and research. The School provides training and a high level of support, and the postgraduate community makes a vital contribution to the University's international reputation for research.
- Annual series of research seminars and conferences
- Language Planning and Policy Research Unit
- Opportunities to teach in the School and the Welsh Language Teaching Centre (Welsh for Adults)
- Collaborative research with several North American and European institutions, for instance in Canada and Ireland
- Close links with the Welsh Government and other national institutions including the National History Museum, St. Fagans
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Enquiries
- +44 (0)29 2087 0084