Alliance Joint PhD
With the Monash Warwick Alliance Joint PhD, you can undertake research of global importance at two research-intensive universities in opposite hemispheres.
During the three-year Alliance Joint PhD, you will spend at least one year at Warwick in the United Kingdom and one year at Monash, Australia. Travel to the other institution usually occurs in the program's second year. You will be guided by a supervisor at each university in areas of Alliance research collaboration. As well as your research, you will engage in personal, professional and academic training delivered by colleagues with expert knowledge of global job market demands.
The Alliance Joint PhD provides opportunities to study in areas of Alliance research collaboration. The Warwick faculties of Science (which includes information technology and engineering), Arts and Social Sciences, and the Warwick Medical School are all registered providers of the joint PhD. Further course information is provided here.
Double Masters in Journalism, Politics and International Studies
This unique double degree offers advanced multidisciplinary training in the fields of Politics and International Studies and Journalism in two world-leading departments in these fields. You will split your time between the two universities, spending one term/semester studying at the partner institution and focus your dissertation topic on both subject areas. Graduates from this programme will obtain two Masters degrees. Find out more and how to apply here
The Alliance provided funding to the Warwick Graduate School to address the need for wellbeing support for PhD students. The resulting online resource, PG Realities, is a set of online modules providing students with the tools needed to tackle the twists and turns of a PhD journey.