Celtic (Research) University of Aberdeen

Celtic and Anglo-Saxon research allows you to make full use of our department and links to Celtic Departments at other Universities and the Irish-Scottish Academic Initiative. The Celtic Department at Aberdeen provides a highly supportive research environment which fosters a wide variety of scholarly approaches to the ancient, medieval and modern cultures of the Celtic-speaking countries.

There is a special focus on contemporary Scottish Gaelic language, literature and socio-linguistics, minority-language planning and policy, medieval history, ancient Celtic religion and mythology, and the formation of our image of the Celts in the modern period.

  • Qualification

    Doctor of Philosophy - PhD

  • Study mode


  • Location

    King's Campus

  • Start date

    * Start at any time

  • Duration

    36 months

* You can start this course at any time. Please contact the provider for further information.

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Entry requirements

Entrance requirements for a PhD at the University of Aberdeen are either a Masters degree or a first or upper-second class Honours degree in an appropriate area from an approved university (or an equivalent qualification).

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

Channel Islands £3,800 * Year 1
EU £3,800 * Year 1
International £14,300 Year 1
England £3,800 * Year 1
Northern Ireland £3,800 * Year 1
Scotland £3,800 * Year 1
Wales £3,800 * Year 1

*This is a provisional fee and subject to change.

Additional fee information

Provisional Fee showing is for September 2016 entry. Fees for September 2017 entry have not yet been confirmed.

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