Masters degree at merit level, in relevant subject or an equivalent standard in other qualifications approved by the University. A good bachelor honours degree may also be considered plus satisfactory performance at intervie.
Months of entry
We offer PhD programmes in many areas of sociology, social policy and criminology in a highly supportive and stimulating environment which has been awarded Doctoral Training Partnership status by the ESRC. You will be supervised by two academics with related research interests, and a wider supervisory team will oversee your progress. We are interested in applications from students who want to pursue research in areas of quantitative and qualitative sociology, social policy or criminology; or who are interested in interdisciplinary research within health and wellbeing, energy, environment and resilience, or the social/computational interface.
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Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Social, Human and Mathematical Sciences
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