Why do a Humanities Research Degree programme at De Montfort University
- Our research students have an excellent record of employment, with former students employed in postdoctoral and lectureship positions
- In preparation for academic careers, the Humanities doctoral training programme offers advice on writing for publication, beginning to teach, presenting work and conference organisation
Our research students are currently working in areas such as sports history, minority cultures, the history of photography, film adaptations of literary texts, ekphrastic poetry, short fiction, textual scholarship and Shakespeare.
DMU is committed to supporting the development of its Early Career Researchers. More information of the training and development available can be found throughout this section and details of those courses particularly aimed at Early Career Research staff can be found here. The development of research students rests with the Doctoral College.
Research is central to our mission at De Montfort University and is at the heart of our vibrant academic environment. Support for the training and development of our staff is a key objective within our Research Strategy and we aim to provide continuing professional development for researchers at all points in their careers.
The Research, Business and Innovation Directorate supports the needs of our research staff and included within this is support of training and development. The RBI coordinates with other Directorates and Faculties across the University with the aim of providing as broad a programme of courses and sessions as possible.
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- Training Needs Analysis
- Formal Review
- Annual Review
- Progress Reports
- Thesis Submission
- The Viva Voce Examination
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DisciplinesHistory General Studies & Classics Liberal Arts View 88 other Masters in General Studies & Classics in United Kingdom
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In order to be admitted as a candidate for a research degree an applicant shall normally:
- Possess a UK Honours degree with at least an upper second class honours, or an academic or professional qualification which the University deems to be equivalent (eg. an overseas qualification); and
- Demonstrate competence in the use of the English language to the satisfaction of the University.
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International12200 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 12200 GBP per year and a duration of .
EU/EEA4407 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 4407 GBP per year and a duration of .
Part time fees:
- EU/EEA - £2,204 per year.
- NON-EU/EEA - £6,100 per year.
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.