A first or upper 2nd-class honours degree in a relevant subject area (or equivalent qualification).
Months of entry
January, December, November, October, September, August, July, June, May, April, March, February
The school has an integrated approach to its work and sociological and humanities methods. There is special expertise in the media and Ireland.
View the Research Prospectus on-line (see link below).
Research falls into three main clusters of interrelated activities: National and Regional Cinemas; the New Technologies, Everyday Culture, and Education; and News and Journalism.
Information for international students
International students should visit the university's website (www.ulster.ac.uk) or contact the university and ask to be sent an international students' handbook.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Further details of qualification
Students enrol on a programme of work leading to the degree of PhD or MPhil. Award of the degree is subject to academic progress which is assessed formally throughout the 2- to 6-year study period, including by formal examination following submission of the thesis.
Course contact details
- Dr Robert Porter
- +44 28 7012 3998