About

At the heart of our community is the Graduate School, the hub of postgraduate study in the Faculty, but also, we hope, a ‘home-from-home’ for all our postgraduates, from the first classes at the beginning of the MA to the closing stages of the writing of a doctoral dissertation.

Brendan Smith, Head of Graduate School

The School is dedicated to the support of Arts, Humanities and Modern Languages postgraduates at all levels and it has much to offer to new and current students. Whether you are a taught or research student, studying full-time or part-time, from the UK or from overseas, we will provide you with a supportive and intellectually enriching environment in which to pursue your educational development as well as pleasant and comfortable atmosphere in which you can conduct individual study and also relax and meet other postgraduate students.

  • Dedicated postgraduate facility in the heart of the University precinct
  • State-of-the-art seminar rooms and extensive suite of study rooms
  • Student common room and kitchen facilities
  • Packed programme of skills training workshops
  • Specialist team of on-site administrators

Read the article about our reasons for creating the Graduate School:
A place to call home (PDF, 34kB)

Graduate School with Arts Faculty Office in the background