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We have 8 postcolonial studies PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

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postcolonial studies PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 8 postcolonial studies PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

PhD in Languages and Cultures

The School is in the top 100 of the QS World University World Rankings and is at the forefront of national and international research in modern languages across a range of disciplines and periods, historical and contemporary. Read more

Modern Languages - Postgraduate Research Opportunities

The Department of Modern Languages is home to internationally renowned researchers in a range of European and world languages and cultures. Read more

PhD Opportunities in Communication, Media, and Film Studies

We warmly invite applications for full-time or part-time self-funded PhD study. . About the PhD Programme. The Centre for Culture, Media & Society (CCMS) is an exciting interdisciplinary environment delivering research that offers critical insight and real-world impact. . Read more

Film Studies PhD (option of joint PhD with Hong Kong University)

The Film Studies Department at King's is one of the the leading centres for the study of cinema in London. We have internationally recognised research strengths in the following areas. Read more

Comparative Literature PhD

Joint PhDs available. Exciting opportunities to gain a joint PhD with Hong Kong University (HKU), the National University of Singapore (NUS). Read more

English PhD (option of joint PhD with Hong Kong/Singapore/Humboldt Berlin)

King's is one of the oldest English departments in the country and is home to a lively and supportive group of academics and students engaged in the exploration of literary cultures from the 7th to the 21st centuries. Read more
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