We welcome proposals for major research projects at Master’s and PhD level. You will find a wide range of themes and areas of expertise among our academic staff. Applicants interested in undertaking a major piece of research should familiarise themselves with our specific specialisms and interests in order to ensure that adequate supervision is available.
Our staff profiles includes key information about our research interests and activities that can help you in applying to us.
Study in a diverse and innovative research culture encompassing architectural history, conservation, design, theory, technology, environment, sustainability, digital media and design.
Develop the discipline and engage with a wider policy and practice constituency based on innovative, practice-led research, sustainable landscapes, or the work of the OPENspace research centre.
The PhD by Design in Architecture offers an opportunity for candidates to pursue practice-led research in the field of design at the highest level.
We invite interdisciplinary research in city and visuality, graffiti and semiotic landscapes, place and memory, materiality of language and multimodal representations.
Study at an advanced level in history and theory of architecture, digital media, technology, structures and materials, and sustainable design.
An opportunity to explore in depth an area of sound design research whilst expanding your skill set as a sonic artist.
A unique programme that responds to emerging practices that work across diverse disciplines in the creative arts, humanities, and physical and social sciences.
Offers experienced practitioners an opportunity to reflect critically on the nature of their practice. It is a platform to negotiate, invent, propose, chart, and speculate upon future directions in all forms of design.
This is a unique programme allowing students the freedom to develop their own interests on the theme of digital animation.
This is a distinctive programme allowing students a great deal of freedom to determine their own paths and interests.
For students with a background in digital media wanting to extend their study through a series of practical research-led projects.
This programme offers a unique learning context of theoretically grounded courses in which the traditional seminar format is challenged by an experimental interdisciplinary studio-style learning and critical reviews
If you need more information about any of the programmes or have any questions about your application.
This article was published on Apr 5, 2013