Help to enrich local, national and international communities through research by joining a team of expert researchers in the field of Culture, Heritage and Society. Using creative practices and top-flight facilities, you can help to lead research in the arenas of regeneration of cities, social justice, philosophy, tourism, film and media production, augmented and virtual realities, theatre and drama, music, history and archaeology. Ready-to-go research projects In addition to offering supervision for a project that you propose, we also have a list of ready to go PhD projects designed by our experts, which means that the research proposal is already written.
- Using acoustic instruments in an audio-visual context
- The role of spiritual/religious self-narratives in supporting the wellbeing of people with dementia and their carers
- Hybrid Brain-Computer Interfaces and Eye-Gaze Tracking Systems for Artists with Disabilities
Students will go through an early stage review and late stage review prior to the formal submission and defence of their thesis at a formal viva.
How to apply
The University welcomes applications from International applicants for full-time on campus or distance learning PhD study.
Upper second class, or better, undergraduate award, or equivalent, in connected subject area. Most students will also hold a related Masters degree or have other research experience. You will also need to demonstrate that you meet the University’s English Language requirements for study at PhD level.
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