One of the main reasons that potential research students are unsuccessful is the focus of the proposed research does not fit with the University’s supervisory competences. To avoid this, it is strongly recommended that you make contact with a potential supervisor to discuss with them how your research interests may be compatible with their interests and experience.
Once you have identified an academic, you need to persuade them that you are a suitable candidate. You also need to feel comfortable with the supervisor; after all they will be your mentor for at least 3 years. It is wise, if distance permits, to arrange a meeting with them or a telephone conversation where you can discuss your proposed PhD and their research interest. During discussions they will be able to help you focus on your topic offering advice on how to structure your research. They may also be able to help you with funding applications. Please note, much more guidance on this topic is available on the Warwick Graduate School website.
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Caribbean Studies, The Yesu Persaud Centre for
Chemistry, Department of
Classics and Ancient History, Department of
Complexity Science, Centre for
Computer Science, Department of
Cultural Policy Studies, Centre for
Economics, Department of
Education Studies, Centre for
Employment Research, Institute for
Engineering, School of
English and Comparative Literary Studies, Department of
Film and Television Studies, Department of
French Studies, Department of