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Postgraduate Research

News and information about the postgraduate community in the Humanities Department.

The postgraduate community is a vital part of the Institute of Humanities' activities. Postgraduates are a valued part of the research culture within the Institute - indeed, the first questions at any research seminar are, by tradition, reserved for postgraduate students. The Institute also provides PhD students with opportunities to give papers as part of its research seminar series.

Northumbria University is a member of the AHRC Northern Bridge Consortium, established in 2018. There are currently a number of AHRC NBC funded students working in English Literature, History and Linguistics, including several Collaborative Doctoral Awards with external organisations including Northumberland National Park Authority, the Laing Art Gallery and the National Trust. These prestigious studentships cover tuition fees, a maintenance grant (currently £15,009 per annum) and offer rigorous training opportunities. Humanities also offers internally funded studentships. For details of both of these schemes please contact Prof. Katherine Baxter for English subject areas, Prof. Charlotte Alston or Dr Katherine Butler for Music.

Learn more about our English Literature, Language, and Creative Writing postgraduates here.

Learn more about our History postgraduates here

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Courses within Humanities

The Department of Humanities offers a number of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. By studying at Northumbria you will become part of a passionate and creative community.

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Northumbria Research Link

Northumbria Research Link (NRL) is an open access repository of Northumbria University's research output.

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Looking to study in September 2021? Our Undergraduate Open Day Events are the perfect opportunity for you to find out as much as you can about our wide range of courses and world-class facilities.

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