The University of Glasgow is ranked in the World's Top 70 for Arts and Humanities (QS World Rankings). Inspiring people in Scotland and across the world since 1451, we remain committed to delivering world-leading research, teaching, knowledge and support.
Our range interdisciplinary research themes aim to respond to emerging issues and world challenges, and encourage flexible, innovative research.
We encourage PhD applications from excellent candidates in subjects across arts & humanities. Find out more about applying for a PhD with the College of Arts.
Opportunities for research are available in the following subject areas:
Celtic & Gaelic
English Language & Linguistics
Film & TV Studies
Hispanic Studies [including: Spanish]
History of Art [including: Textiles]
Information Studies [including: Arts & Media Informatics, Computer Forensics & E-Discovery, Information Management & Preservation, Museum Studies]
Media & Cultural Policy [including: Journalism, Media Management]
Slavonic Languages & Cultures [including: Czech, Polish, Russian]
Theatre Studies [including: Drama, Dramaturgy, Performance Studies, Playwriting]
Theology & Religious Studies
For a full list of our strengths in each area, please visit the Graduate School section of our website.
Arts & Humanities Doctoral Scholarships
Scholarship applications for doctoral studies starting in 2021-22 are now closed. To be notified when applications for the 2022-23 awards open, register your interest our website.
Why apply to the University of Glasgow?
Undertaking doctoral studies in the College of Arts gives you access to:
· a comprehensive skills development programme ranging from academic writing and research methods to fieldwork, practice research, careers and employability
· ArtsLab, our interdisciplinary research institute
· excellent supervision, with each researcher supported by two supervisors and all supervisors undertaking mandatory training every four years
· a wealth of support and guidance provided by our Graduate School team, regular drop-in events, an annual Postgraduate Conference and two dedicated postgraduate e-journals (eSharp, The Kelvingrove Review)
· opportunities to gain teaching experience as a Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA)
· funding for conference presentations, fieldwork and public engagement
For any queries please contact the Graduate School: email@example.com
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