- What's happening
The Ulster University Doctoral College is a rich, vibrant research environment with outstanding resources, facilities, training and support for PhD researchers and early career researchers. We offer a wide range of postgraduate opportunities, across all disciplines, including fully funded scholarship options available for both home and international students. Our PhD researchers benefit from a bespoke Researcher Development Programme designed to support the development of both research capacity and professional transferable skills.
|> Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences PhD||> Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment PhD|
|> Life and Health Sciences PhD||> Ulster University Business School PhD|
For entry to PhD, applicants should hold or expect to obtain a first or upper second class honours degree in a subject relevant to the proposed area of study.
Postgraduate study modes
> Full-time, 3 years
> Part-time, 6 years
About Ulster University
The Doctoral College support students through:
- Consistently excellent support from supervisors with relevant expertise
- Provision of a comprehensive Researcher Development Programme, consisting of workshops, online training and other development opportunities.
- Bespoke PhD researcher hubs providing social and meeting space on each campus
- The establishment of the PhD Annual Conference, Doctoral Forum and other initiatives designed to encourage an interdisciplinary approach
- Rich and inclusive research culture and environment?
Ulster University’s international reputation for research excellence has received worldwide recognition
Top 5 University For world-leading research in Law, Biomedical Sciences, Nursing and Art & Design (Research Outputs: REF 2014)
Top 10 University For Built Environment, Biomedical Sciences, Art & Design and Nursing Research (Research power: REF 2014)
Top 10 University For an internationally excellent, world-leading research environment in Nursing & Health Sciences, Biomedical Sciences, Architecture and the Built Environment, Law, Art & Design. (Research environment: REF 2014)
Top 23% of UK Universities 10 UK University the For the total income generated from its interactions with business and the community. (HEBCI 2014/15)