Welcome to the Graduate School!
Staffordshire University’s Graduate School is a part of Research, Innovation and Impact Services. The Graduate School helps provide a rich, supportive environment for every research degree student situated in the University’s academic schools. We run induction days for new students, to help them understand how their degree works and what to expect. We also offer dozens of workshops each year to help with students’ professional development. Each year, we help put on the University’s Postgraduate Research Conference, and also host a number of social events where researchers can meet and share experiences. The Graduate School Steering Group is a great way to get involved: help us to improve the University’s provision for research students, and help us to put on new and exciting events.
Interested in a Research Degree at Staffordshire University?
We offer the degrees of MPhil, PhD and Professional Doctorates in a wide range of research specialisms. A research degree is a high level qualification, which is achieved primarily by a program of research supervised by one of our experts. Such a degree demonstrates that you are a professional researcher in your field, with a broad set of high level skills, ready to join on equal footing the best and brightest.
Fees and other information
Graduate School Blog (announcements, and calendar of upcoming events)
Graduate School Blackboard site, packed with resources to help students on their research journey (only accessible by current students and supervisors)
Who we are and how to get in touch
Head of the Graduate School: Professor Douglas Burnham
Graduate School Administrators: Dominic Collins, Theresa Mott and Sunder Sanghera
Graduate School on Twitter: @su_grad
Postgraduate Research on Twitter: #StaffsPGR
Staffordshire University Postgraduate Society (a cross-disciplinary, academic/social society open to all Staffordshire postgraduate students)