|MPhil||2 years full-time; up to 4 years part-time||For independent researchers who have a well-defined topic and an MA or equivalent, but do not wish to continue to a PhD||60,000 word dissertation|
|PhD||3 years full-time; up to 6 years part-time||For independent researchers who have a well-defined topic and an MA or equivalent||80,000 word dissertation|
Come and join us!
Hispanic Studies launched at Warwick in September 2012 with the appointment of three experienced Hispanists working at the cutting edge of the discipline: Professor Alison Ribeiro de Menezes, Dr Kirsty Hooper and Dr Fabienne Viala. If you're interested in coming to Warwick to study, your first move should be to contact the member of Hispanic Studies staff whose interests most closely align with your own. Find out more about our research specialisms. We welcome enquiries!
An outstanding research environment
In addition to working closely with the Hispanic Studies team, postgraduate researchers in Hispanic Studies will be able to draw on Warwick's existing strength, depth and experience in supporting outstanding postgraduate research in related areas, including the Modern Languages (French, German, Italian), Comparative American Studies, English and Comparative Literary Studies, Caribbean Studies and Global History and Culture. You will be a member of the Warwick Graduate School and will have the opportunity to access the facilities of Warwick research centres such as the Institute of Advanced Study and the Humanities Research Centre.
Note that it is also possible to apply for a joint Warwick-Monash PhD in Hispanic Studies (course code R4P1M), where the two institutions have compatible supervisory expertise. See the Warwick-Monash Alliance page for more information.
Please consult early with the Director of Graduate Studies and PGR Admissions Advisor, if you wish to discuss whether your project is eligible for this or any other cross-institutional co-supervision and/or funding arrangement (Midlands 4 Cities, EUTOPIA, or other co-tutelle).
Postgraduate admissions enquiries
For further information about postgraduate degrees please send your enquiry to:
for the attention of:
Prof. Ingrid De Smet, School Director of Graduate Studies
Dr Fabienne Viala, PGR Admissions Advisor, Hispanic Studies