As a research student, your closest contact will be with your research supervisor, or supervisors, who will meet with you regularly (at least once a month during term-time) and agree a programme of research, reading and writing with you.
Candidates for a PhD will be registered for an MPhil in the first instance. Careful efforts are made to match research students with the expertise available in the Department and applicants are advised to read about the research interests of the Department and discuss their proposed research topic with a member of staff before applying.
Areas for PhD supervision include:
Medieval and Renaissance Art and Architecture; European Baroque; British Art and Architecture from the 18th to 20th Centuries; Colonial Art and Empire; Historiography, Theory and Aesthetics; French Painting; American Art; Colour; Scandinavian Art; German Art; Exhibition and Display; Sculpture; Sex, Sexuality and Gender.
Full time: 3-4 years for PhD, 2 years for MPhil Part time: up to 7 years for PhD, up to 4 years for MPhil
Entry Requirements: 2:i undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in History of Art or related subjects and a Master’s in a related subject
English Language: IELTS 7.0
Location of Study: University of Warwick
Home/EU: £4,109 per year (estimated) Overseas: £15,460 per year