A master's degree required. Applicants should apply with a detailed research proposal (details on website). Acceptance depends on the availability of appropriate faculty supervision. Contact School Registry for further information.
Months of entry
Course contentThe Institute for the Study of the Americas is a research institute co-ordinating work on the Americas. It has a very far-reaching seminar and conference programme, and publishes books and papers. It has a lively and growing doctoral programme.
Electoral History; Relations between Europe and Latin America; 19th-century Latin America; Political Corruption; Violence and Democracy; Colombia; Bolivia; Central America; Economic history of the Dominican Republic; Environmental histories; Socioenvironmental coevolution; Black Power and the state in the Caribbean; Latin American Women's Movements
Information for international students
All students whose first language is not English must be able to provide evidence that their written and spoken English language is adequate for postgraduate study. The University of London has been licensed to offer certificates to potential non-EU students under the UK Government's new immigration Points Based System.
Fees and fundingSchool of Advanced Study Studentship. AHRC Studentship. British Council (international students), Fieldwork grants.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- School Registry
- 020 7862 8662
- 020 7862 8725