Our Graduate School team

Morwenna Hussey; Lizzie Underhill; Matthew Barber; Cathryn Baker

Continue Your Studies

As a large interdisciplinary College, we are able to offer an excellent and rewarding experience for postgraduate study. We provide a lively study environment for both our taught and research students across our subject disciplines.

Key features

  • Breadth and depth of supervision offered by academic staff at the forefront of their disciplines
  • Excellent funding opportunities including AHRC studentships, College International Doctoral Studentships, for example
  • Good quality research training including the Researcher Development programme
  • Postgraduate facilities including work stations, IT facilities and common room
  • Dynamic research environment with strong focus on interdisciplinarity

Considering a research degree?

A research-degree involves carrying out an in-depth study of a particular topic. You will need to pinpoint the area in which you wish to undertake your research and identify members of academic staff who specialise in this area and can offer you supervision. Find out about individual staff members, their research interests, publications and current projects by visiting the staff profile sections in our subject pages.

Why stay on at Exeter for Doctoral study?

By staying on for doctoral study at Exeter, you have the opportunity to pursue your area of interest in more detail, within a familiar research environment and with academic staff who you have already built a relationship with during your undergraduate and/or Masters studies.

Want to speak to someone for guidance or advice?

Contact the Humanities Graduate School at:

Email: humanities-pgadmissions@exeter.ac.uk
Tel: 01392 725306

Or come and visit us. Our team is based in the Graduate School Office in Room J of the East Wing of Queens Building, Streatham Campus.

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