Our Research Community
As a postgraduate student you will join our diverse, dynamic and cohesive teaching and research community.
The Graduate College
We provide a supportive academic environment for all our postgraduate students and encourage cross-disciplinary discussion.
A newly refurbished study space on our Canterbury Campus is available exclusively for postgraduate students, complete with full IT facilities and social space.
Specialist teaching and research supervision within academic Faculties, Schools and Research Centres is complemented by a cross-disciplinary research development and training programme provided by the Graduate College.
If you would like to discuss your interests and options in more detail, please get in touch.
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Graduate College Administrators
Your first point of contact for enquiries.
Professor of Law and Dean of the Graduate College
Susan is available to discuss your interests and options in more detail before you apply to become a research student.
Post Graduate Research Association (PGRA)
The PGRA is an active and enthusiastic society run by the students themselves.
They meet regularly and are involved in liaising with various student service departments within the University on behalf of research students.
The PGRA arranges a series of seminars in which research students are invited to present to peers within a ‘safe’ environment. It is also responsible for the annual Research Student Conference in May. All are interdisciplinary events which encourage learning and exchange of views across subject areas. All research students are also eligible to join the clubs and societies of the Students’ Union.