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Department of Sociology - research courses

Areas for PhD supervision

The Sociology PhD spans a diverse range of areas reflecting the strengths of our staff, graduate students and courses. These include strong clusters in: gender, sexuality and women’s studies; health and illness; visual sociology; traditional media forms and new social media; the sociology of science; body and society; bioethics and bio-power; post colonialism; politics and political cultures; mourning and the sociology of death and dying; racism and ethnicity; and social and political thought.


Courses

PhD in Sociology

Duration

Full-time: 3-4 years

Part-time: up to 7 years

Entry Requirements

A Master’s degree (or equivalent) in Sociology or a related subject

English Language Requirements

IELTS Band B

Location

University of Warwick

Course fees - full-time

Home/EU: £4,270

Overseas: £17,050

Course fees - part-time

Home/EU: £2,562

Overseas: £10,230

     

PhD in Women’s and Gender Studies

Duration

Full-time: 3-4 years

Part-time: up to 7 years


Entry Requirements

A Master’s degree (or equivalent) in Sociology or a related subject

English Language Requirements

IELTS Band B

Location

University of Warwick

Course fees - full-time

Home/EU: £4,270

Overseas: £17,050

Course fees - part-time

Home/EU: £2,562

Overseas: £10,230

     
*Home/EU PGR tuition fees for 2018-19 onwards are subject to RCUK funding rate changes and are therefore not yet confirmed. Fees are expected to increase and the inflation rate applied by RCUK is generally expected to be in line with RPI. Fees listed are per year of study.