Research course

Interdisciplinary Studies

Institution
University of Warwick · Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies
Qualifications
MPhil/PhD

Entry requirements

2:i undergraduate degree and a Master's (or equivalent) in a relevant subject.

Months of entry

October

Course content

As a PhD candidate within CIM, you will be part of a thriving research culture. You will have the opportunity to work with emerging and well-established academics and to share, develop and discuss your research. Through regular seminars, events and training workshops, our graduates are equipped with a wide range of academic and professional skills. We welcome research proposals that are highly interdisciplinary and methodologically innovative, and which focus on the Centre's main research themes: Applications, Interfaces and Gestures; Change and Continuity; Experiments in Participation; and Method and Methodology.

Areas for PhD supervision

Actor Network Theory; Big Data and Society; Branding and Consumer Culture; Change and Continuity; Children and Childhood; Cities and Urban Change; Complexity Theory; Computational Cultures; Critical Realism; Critical and Cultural Theory; Cultural Economy; Curatorial Practice; Digital Art; Digital Humanities; Digital Mapping; Digital Methodologies; Digital Play; Digital Research Methods; Digital Publishing; Feminist and Cultural Theory; Food; GIS and Spatial Dynamics; Interdisciplinary Methodologies; Interface Criticism; Media Theory; Neoliberalism; Network Politics; Open Source and Free Culture; Philosophy of Technology; Sociology of Culture; Software Studies; Time and Temporality; Social Life of Data; Visualisation.

Department specialisms

Areas for PhD supervision Actor Network Theory; Big Data and Society; Branding and Consumer Culture; Change and Continuity; Children and Childhood; Cities and Urban Change; Complexity Theory; Computational Cultures; Critical Realism; Critical and Cultural Theory; Cultural Economy; Curatorial Practice; Digital Art; Digital Humanities; Digital Mapping; Digital Methodologies; Digital Play; Digital Research Methods; Digital Publishing; Feminist and Cultural Theory; Food; GIS and Spatial Dynamics; Interdisciplinary Methodologies; Interface Criticism; Media Theory; Neoliberalism; Network Politics; Open Source and Free Culture; Philosophy of Technology; Sociology of Culture; Software Studies; Time and Temporality; Social Life of Data; Visualisation.

Information for international students

English Language requirement: IELTS 7.0, Band B. For more guidance on English language requirements please visit this page.

Fees and funding

UK students
£4,270 (full-time)
International students
£17,050 (full-time)

For more information on funding please visit our Postgraduate fees and funding page.

Qualification and course duration

MPhil/PhD

full time
36-48 months
part time
Up to 84 months

Course contact details

Name
Postgraduate Admissions
Email
pgadmissions2@warwick.ac.uk
Phone
+44 (0)24 7652 4585