Ideally a masters degree in Museum Studies or equivalent.
Months of entry
January, October, April
The department undertakes high level research into the nature and function of museums and provides high quality full- and part-time professional training.
We offer PhD and MPhil supervision in areas compatible with the research interests of our academic staff including:
- Educational and Communicative Character of Museums
- History of Museums, Objects, and Collections
- Museum Spaces and Technologies
- Scientific Analyses of Objects and Collections
- Cultural Policy and Politics
- Cultural Analyses of Museums, Objects, and Collections
History of Museums and collecting; Management; Communication; Nature of Collections; Specialist Curation; New Technologies; Marketing.
Information for international students
Strong international presence in the department, particularly among research students. Good language and other support in the university.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Viv Golding
- 0116 252 3963
- 0116 252 3960