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Humanities Graduate School

Our Graduate School

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As a student studying for a postgraduate course (Pre-Masters, Masters, PhD or IPhD), you are automatically a member of the Humanities Graduate School; so if you are thinking about postgraduate study with us, have a look through these webpages to get an idea of what your experience will be like.

The Humanities Graduate School is led by Prof. Ian Talbot.  Each of Humanities' seven subject areas has a Director of Graduate Studies to whom your application will be directed to should you apply for a place to study with us. 

The Humanities Graduate School is a vibrant and supportive community of postgraduates studying a range of different programmes across our seven academic disciplines. Annual Graduate School activity includes a series of interdisciplinary reading groups; a student-led postgraduate conference; a student journal which publishes papers from the conference; a weekly seminar series covering a range of different topics; social activities run by our student group GradNet; and, for students studying for a PhD, a programme of research and transferable skills training.

To help you to develop your own activities, we have a development fund which provides start-up funding for study days, workshops and small-scale conferences. 

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