First- or upper second-class degree and normally masters at merit level, or an equivalent standard in other qualifications approved by the University, in a cognate discipline.
Months of entry
PhD supervision is offered in English, interdisciplinary studies (via the research centres) and creative writing; students receive regular supervision and training in research and communication skills – both generic and specific to their research project; they participate in weekly research seminars and are encouraged to contribute to conferences and symposia, both at Southampton and elsewhere; after year 1, students may be offered a part-time teaching fellowship; there are 3 research centres: Centre for Contemporary Writing; Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Culture; and the Chawton House Library.
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Information for international students
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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