English PhD by Prior Publication



Course introduction

Overview

The PhD/MPhil in English provides you with academic and professional opportunities to develop as an independent, creative and original scholar. Your research will allow you to work at the forefront of the discipline.

You will be based in an international, forward-looking English department with a vibrant research culture.

You will work closely with a supervisory team, whose areas of expertise correspond with your chosen research topic.

You are equipped to think critically about literary scholarship, deliver advanced new research and gain confidence as a self-directed researcher and professional.

You will conduct research in an exciting, cosmopolitan research environment in central London.

You will be able to access the University of London's world-class research collections, attend research seminars and lecture series. Benefit from London's exceptional cultural and research facilities.



Start date

2021-SEP-30: Full-time: 2-4 years..

Tuitions and fees

Duration & Attendance Qualification Tuition fees Fee type
1 Years - full-time Doctor of Philosophy - PhD £4680 Home Fees
1 Years - full-time Doctor of Philosophy - PhD £12480 Overseas Fees
1 Years - full-time Doctor of Philosophy - PhD £12480 European Fees


Qualifications required

  • Domestic entry requirements: Students should normally: hold a 2.1 Honours BA qualification or equivalent; hold an MA qualification with Merit or an equivalent qualification; have studied English, Comparative Literature, Theatre and Drama, Film and Media Studies, Creative Writing, Humanities, Publishing or other relevant subject; Non-traditional applicants may be considered if they can demonstrate substantial research experience or evidence of relevant professional experience or publication.
  • International entry requirements: Applicants should normally: hold a 2.1 Honours BA qualification or equivalent; hold an MA qualification with Merit or an equivalent qualification; have studied English, Comparative Literature, Theatre and Drama, Film and Media Studies, Creative Writing, Humanities, Publishing or other relevant subject; Non-traditional applicants may be considered if they can demonstrate substantial research experience or evidence of relevant professional experience or publication. Students whose first language is not English, will be expected to demonstrate Level 7.5 proficiency in the IELTS English language test. TOEFL iBT: 72 overall with no less than 17 in Writing and Listening, 18 in Reading and 20 in Speaking
  • IELTS score: 7.5