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Postgraduate research

First class research training

By choosing the School of Mental Health & Psychological Sciences you will obtain first class research training in a vibrant multidisciplinary research community.

PhDs can be studied on a full-time or part-time basis. However, they must be completed within an agreed period of time (usually three to four years for a full-time student).

Prospective students

We offer two different routes in postgraduate research study: MPhil/PhD and MD(Res). Please visit our Postgraduate research programmes page to explore your options and to find guidance on the application process and funding.

Department of Psychology

Find out more about postgraduate research study in the Department of Psychology page and how to apply.

Social, Genetic & Developmental Psychiatry

Find out more about postgraduate research study in the Social, Genetic & Developmental Psychiatry Centre and how to apply.

Biostatistics & Health Informatics

Find out more about postgraduate research study Biostatistics & Health Informatics and how to apply

Health Service & Population Research

Find out more about postgraduate research study in Health Service & Population Research Health Service & Population Research and how to apply

 


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