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Department of History - Research Courses

Areas for PhD supervision

By period
Renaissance; Early Modern; and Modern

By geographical region
Africa; North, Central and South America; the Caribbean; Britain and Continental Europe; and Asia (with a particular focus on South Asia and China)

By theme
Race, Ethnicity and Slavery; Popular and Political Protest; History of Religion; Gender and Family History; 18th Century Studies; Technology; Cultures and Practices of Health and the History of Medicine; Global History; Visual and Material Culture; Luxury; Histories of Violence; Empires and Imperialism.


Courses

MA by Research in History

Duration

Full-time: 1 year

Part-time: 2 years

Entry Requirements

2:i undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in a closely related subject

English Language Requirements

Band B

IELTS overall score of 7.0, minimum component scores of two at 6.0/6.5 and the rest at 7.0 or above.

Location

University of Warwick

Course fees - Full-time

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Course fees - Part-time

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Outside academia, postgraduates from this course have entered careers including teaching, publishing, curatorial and heritage positions, political and policy work. and roles in the creative sector.

     

MPhil/PhD in History

Duration

Full-time: 3-4 years

Part-time: 5-7 years


Entry Requirements

2:i undergraduate degree and Masters degree (or equivalent) in History or a closely related subject

English Language Requirements

Band B

IELTS overall score of 7.0, minimum component scores of two at 6.0/6.5 and the rest at 7.0 or above.

Location

University of Warwick

Course fees - Full-time

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Course fees - Part-time

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A number of departmental scholarships which cover Home-EU fees and provide a maintenance stipend at the RCUK level are available every year. For details of University research degree scholarships and other funding available to History students, please click here.
Post-doctoral careers outside academia have included teaching, publishing, curatorial and heritage positions, political and policy work, and roles in the creative sector.