From pioneering research into brain tumours to seeking sustainable solutions, our research community's discoveries are having a positive impact on people around the world. Could you join our research community?
Research degrees offer you the opportunity to develop and demonstrate your ability to undertake research into an area of personal or professional interest. Our research degrees give you the most solid base possible to launch further research and career development.
This virtual event will provide an overview to Research at the University of Wolverhampton.
Book your place now – spaces are limited.
Dr Camelia Dijkstra, Head of Research Services at the University of Wolverhampton gives an overview of Research at WLV, from our 2020 strategy, ways our research is changing the world to the structure of our Institutes and Centres.
Dr Ben Halligan, Director of the Doctoral College, talks through the in’s and outs of applying for and studying for your PhD. Key things to consider before you apply and the offer for a PhD student at Wolverhampton including facilities, support and supervision.
Two of our current postgraduate research students provide an insight of what it’s like to study at WLV and share their own experience of applying and deciding to undertake a PhD.
Our finance guru – Ruth Round gives us a whistle stop tour of the postgraduate research government loan and touches on key things to consider and when from a financial perspective.
All of the earlier speakers and postgraduate research tutors from each of our 3 faculies are on hand to answer any questions you may have about your research journey.
- Faculty of Science and Engineering – Dr Subashini Suresh.
- Faculty of Arts – Professor Ross Prior and Professor Yong Wang.
- Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing – Dr Hilary Paniagua.