The College of Humanities carries out excellent research and teaching across a number of related disciplines. Our areas of expertise include Archaeology, Classics and Ancient History, Drama, English, Film Studies, History, Modern Languages, Theology and Religion.
With around 220 staff, 3300 undergraduate students and 550 postgraduate students, we carry out research and teaching at the University’s campuses at Streatham and Cornwall. We believe our size and quality enable us to not only develop world leading research but also offer a wide range of postgraduate and undergraduate programmes that are dynamic, flexible, and taught with a high degree of commitment and skill.
Our research is world leading, and we host a rich variety of research centres and projects covering a wide range of issues and topics.
How to apply
We invite applications for any of our specialisms within the College of Humanities from candidates with a strong academic background and a clear and engaging research proposal which can be developed through available research supervision. Successful applicants normally have a good first degree (at least 2.1, or international equivalent) in a relevant field of humanities, and a Masters degree at Merit level, or international equivalent, in a relevant field of humanities. If English is not your native language then you will also need to satisfy our English language entry requirements.
To be considered for one of these Doctoral awards, you must complete an online web form where you must submit some personal details and upload a full CV, research proposal, transcripts, two references and, if relevant, proof of your English language proficiency, by 11 February 2011.
For more information contact:
Morwenna Hussey, Senior Administrator
College of Humanities Graduate School, University of Exeter
Queen’s Building, The Queen’s Drive
Exeter, Devon, EX4 4QH
Visit http://humanities.exeter.ac.uk/ for more information.