PhD: The normal minimum entrance requirement is an upper second class honours degree or master's degree, relevant to the proposed area of study, from a recognised higher education institution in the UK. You should also have experience of academic research in the previous four years, normally in the form of either a master's degree in research methods, an undergraduate degree with a research element in the final year, or work-related experience with evidence through research reports.
MPhil: Applicants should normally hold, or be expecting to obtain, a bachelors degree with at least first or upper-second class honours, or an equivalent qualification. However, entry requirements differ between academic areas, and sometimes a taught masters degree is also required.
Months of entry
Research in the area of children, young people and families spans across faculties, bringing together academics and research students conducting social, sociological and psychological research into the lives of children and young people, and related policy/practice applications. Academics in this area work collaboratively with academics and students across the University who are interested in children and young people, including the International Development Centre, the Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology (CREET) and the Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance (CCIG).
- Thriving interdisciplinary and multicultural environment
- Opportunities and support provided for research students to attend workshops, seminars and conferences at other national and international institutions
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- part time72 months
- full time36 months
- part time24 months
- full time15 months
Course contact details
- Dr Lindsay O'Dell, Director of Post Graduate Studies