of our UK undergraduate students are in employment or further study within six months of completing their studies
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The University offers excellent facilities for research, teaching and professional practice for MPhil and PhD research in Media and Cultural Studies.
There is a strong interdisciplinary research culture, offering quantitative, ethnographic and textual research methodologies and a growing practice- based research environment.
Enquiries should be directed to Professor Shane Blackman.
Dr Andrew Birtwistle:
Professor Shane Blackman:
Dr Andrew Butler:
Dr Ken Fox:
Dr Agnes Gulyas:
Dr Tim Long:
Dr James Newton:
Dr Chris Pallant:
Dr Ruth Sanz Sabido:
Dr Karen Shepherdson:
Dr Joanne Woodman:
Applicants are strongly advised to explore the research interests of available supervisors and to contact the appropriate staff member before making a formal application.
Find out how to apply for a research degree.
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