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How to Apply

Staff contacts:

For Master's degree inquiries contact Dr Michael Dieter: M.J.Dieter@warwick.ac.uk

For PhD inquiries contact Dr Nathaniel Tkacz: N.Tkacz@warwick.ac.uk





Applying for a Masters course in CIM

Application Guidance

Apply to the University to study one of our Master's degrees by completing an online application.

In the COURSE section select the following options:

  • Department: Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies
  • Course Type: Taught Masters
  • Course: MA in Digital Media and Culture or MSc in Big Data and Digital Futures or MSc in Urban Informatics and Analytics

In the FINANCE section complete the following options:

  • How will you be funding yourself at Warwick?
  • Name of award applied for:

Applying for a PhD in CIM

Before making an application please follow the steps below:

  1. Review the Centre academic staff pages to look at staff specialisms that link to your research.
  2. Contact a member of staff to discuss whether they would be happy to supervise your project.
  3. Consider possible funding arrangements including scholarships for which you may be eligible before applying. If you have identified a scholarship that you would like to apply for, you will have the opportunity to note this during the application process.
  4. Prepare a project description of 4,500 characters (roughly 500 words), which details your proposed project. This may include: identification of the general research area; a statement of key questions or aims; a description of research approach and methods used (if known); a brief comment on how the research relates to existing research and previous studies. Note: there is an opportunity to upload a longer project description during the application process (as a separate document) in addition to the 4,500 character description. The 4,500 character description will be entered into the "project description" input box during the application process.
  5. When preparing your CV, you may wish to refer to the Top Tips for a Strong Application page on the Graduate School website.
  6. Apply online.


PhD Application Guidance

For the PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies:

In the COURSE section select the following options:

  • Department: Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies
  • Course Type: Research
  • Course: PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies

In the FINANCE section complete the following options:

  • How will you be funding yourself at Warwick?
  • Name of award applied for: (Enter award/scholarship if known)

If you wish to apply for the PhD in Media and Communication or the PhD in Urban Science and Progress and nominate a supervisor from CIM please contact Dr Nate Tkacz directly.