Politics and International Relations PhD: Politics and International Relations at Canterbury Christ Church University has a strong commitment to excellence in research. The politics team consists of academics...Read more
We offer PhD programmes in many areas of political science, political theory and international relations in a highly stimulating and supportive environment. Topics range from democratic engagement to...Read more
Most research in Politics is grouped within one of four research clusters:
Citizens, Communication and Political Actors
Gender and Sexualities Forum
Historic and International Theory (HINT)
A PhD in Politics and International Relations at Swansea enables you to pursue a substantial project led by your own passions and interests.
It represents a highly respected qualification...Read more
The University of Glasgow is home to the Scottish Centre for War Studies. You will be able to participate in regular research seminars on critical themes related to conflict as well as to related conferences. ...Read more
Politics, International Relations and Philosophy PhD
We have more than 40 PhD students pursuing cutting-edge research, and undertaking advanced training, in the areas of new political communication; elections, public opinion and parties; comparative...Read more
The Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion (PPR) welcomes disciplinary, interdisciplinary, and post-disciplinary research proposals from those seeking to undertake MPhil or PhD...Read more
The School of Social and Political Sciences aims to combine high quality teaching and learning with high quality research. We provide a friendly and supportive environment and a great deal of our work...Read more
Offering supervision in most subject areas, the School of Politics and International Relations is a thriving and dynamic centre for PhD study.
A PhD is the most advanced form of postgraduate study. ...Read more
The DPhil programme is a full-time programme of doctoral research in the academic study of International Relations with an expected length of three to four years of full-time study or six to eight years...Read more
The School of Politics and International Relations is one of the most dynamic places to study Politics and International Relations. We combine high-quality teaching with cutting-edge research in a supportive...Read more
Students learn how to conduct original, cross-disciplinary and international scientific research with significant, positive societal impact within an intellectually and globally diverse student body. ...Read more
International Relations Joint PhD with the Institute of International Relations at the University of São Paulo
The units at King’s College London that are participating in the joint PhD are the Brazil Institute and the departments of War Studies and Political Economy. At USP, the departments affiliated...Read more
Explore international relations in theory and practice: our PhD programme will support you in discovering and creating new knowledge about global politics and international relations. ...Read more
We aspire to challenge the boundaries of the international relations discipline and make the world a better place.
You’ll benefit from our strong international networks. We’ve undertaken consultancy...Read more
The Research Centre for the Study of Politics, International Relations and Environment is an excellent base for pursuing doctoral research, with a long record of successful PhD students who have gone...Read more
Research in Politics and International Relations explores the theory, practice and ethics of politics and governance.
We cover a broad area of expertise, from local policy to global governance, political...Read more
Research students are encouraged to feel they are part of a research community rather than working in isolation. We have excellent completion rates, and many of our former research students hold senior...Read more
The doctoral study course is three years, though the University’s Regulations also permit candidates who make particularly rapid progress to apply to the University Research Committee for permission to...Read more