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Welcome to the Academic Engagement and Learning Development Guide for Doctoral Researchers

Welcome to the guide for Doctoral Researchers, developed by the Academic Engagement & Learning Development (AELD) team.

Updated August 2022:

Please take a look at our 15 minute  induction video   for new Doctoral Researchers to find out more about how the Library and Archive Service can support your research journey.

How we can help

How we can help on Biteable .

  • Academic Learning Developers Workshops and individual appointments available to help you develop your academic writing and study skills to succeed in your studies and in your career.
  • Academic Engagement Librarians Your subject librarian can help you get the resources you need for your research, and offer guidance and training on databases, managing your references, copyright and more.

Researcher Development Framework

The Vitae Researcher Development Framework (RDF) sets out the knowledge, behaviour and attributes of successful researchers. You can use it to plan your professional development throughout your research journey. Click on the image below to find out more.

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Library training sessions

Drdp sessions for 2023-24.

Find and book this semester's sessions in the Westminster's Virtual Research Environment  VRE

Literature searching |  Using Sources Effectively

Defying Writers Block : Using MindMap | Critical Thinking and Academic Voice

RefWorks | Zotero

Useful Recordings

Intro to NVivo   recording of workshop held 13th Oct 2020 (1 hour)

Managing your references -  prerecorded  (5 minutes)

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There are two main ways to look through our courses:

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Applying for a full-time degree

If you need help applying, please email [email protected] or call 0207 911 5000 ext 65511.

Applying for one of our undergraduate courses is simple – just click on the red 'Apply' button at the top of our course pages. You will be directed to the UCAS website (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) to make your application.

Everyone applying for a full-time degree must apply through UCAS - this includes international students.

On the UCAS website, you will fill in a UCAS application form and choose a maximum of five courses and five universities.

You can save your UCAS application at any point and return to it later.

Universities will not be able to see where else you've applied until after they've made you an offer.

Full details on completing your application are provided on the UCAS website .

What you need to apply

To fill out your application, you'll need:

  • UCAS codes for the courses you're applying for. You can find these codes on the relevant course pages, next to the red 'Apply' button.
  • UCAS institution code for the University of Westminster - W50
  • Evidence of any existing qualifications and also any predicted results
  • A reference
  • A personal statement

Your personal statement gives you the chance to explain why you're interested in our courses, why you'll be a great student, and why we should choose you. We use it to decide whether we'd like to offer you a place, so make sure yours stands out!

Remember, every university you apply to will receive the same personal statement, so don't mention any institutions by name.

If the courses you're applying to are in different subject areas, avoid mentioning them by name. Instead, talk about your general skills and motivations, such as problem solving or creativity. In addition to your academic studies, you can also include extracurricular activities, such as hobbies and interests, internships, voluntary work, part-time work, sports, etc.

Final deadlines for September 2024

  • Application deadline International – Clearing closes to international applicants on 16 August
  • Application deadline Home – Clearing closes to home applicants on 30 August
  • Meeting conditions and paying deposit (International) – 21 August *
  • Meeting conditions (Home) – 4 September (Proposed UCAS deadline)
  • Last date to request CAS (outside UK) – 28 August (midnight BST). Provide all documentation required to prove your eligibility for  your visa application . If the documentation provided by the deadline, does not meet the requirements, we are unable to guarantee your CAS
  • Last date to request CAS (inside UK) – 13 September (midnight BST). Provide all documentation required to prove your eligibility for  your visa application . If the documentation provided by the deadline, does not meet the requirements, we are unable to guarantee your CAS
  • Enrolment – 16 September
  • First week of teaching – 23 September
  • Last date for enrolment – 7 October - There will be no extensions to the final enrolment date.  If you are not present in the UK to enrol in person by this date, you should not travel to the UK to enrol even if your visa has been issued.  If you find yourself in this situation, you will need to contact your Admissions Officer by email to seek further advice

Please note that the UCAS Embargo will be in place from 9 to 15 August. During that time the Applicant Portal will not be available and CAS requests may take longer to issue than normal.

*Provide all documentation required to prove your eligibility for  your visa application . If the documentation, provided by the deadline, does not meet the requirements, we are unable to guarantee your CAS.

What happens after you apply

When you've completed and submitted your UCAS application, we'll send you an email letting you know we've received it.

You can then track your application on UCAS Track . Find out more on our after you apply page.

For some courses, you may be required to attend an interview, submit a separate portfolio or take a test. If this is the case, you'll be notified via email about what you need to do.

Applying for a part-time course

For part-time degrees, you can apply directly to us — simply click on the 'Apply' button at the top of our course pages and you will be directed to our application pages.

Our undergraduate courses start in September and many can be studied on a part-time basis. Details on the start dates and attendance options can be found on our course pages .

Applying for a degree apprenticeship

If you’re already working in a related role and your employer is supporting your application for a degree apprenticeship, click the relevant 'Apply now' link by your chosen apprenticeship programme on our Degree apprenticeships for applicants page , and fill out the online application form. We'll be in touch to take you through the next steps to complete the process.

Entry requirements

Our entry requirements are different for every course, so please check individual course pages for the grades you'll need to study with us.

For international students, please first check the entry requirements tab on the course page, if your qualifications are not listed please check our country pages or contact our course enquiries team at [email protected] .

If you do not meet the normal requirements of the programme, please contact course enquiries, as we may still be able to consider your application.

English language requirements

The English language requirements for our courses are provided on individual course pages as minimum IELTS scores.

If your first language is not English, you will usually need a minimum IELTS score of 6.0 overall, with a minimum 5.5 in each element, or a Westminster-recognised equivalent English language qualification. For some courses, the minimum IELTS score will be higher, so please check individual course pages.

You do not need to take the IELTS test before applying, but before joining the course you will need to have attained one of the minimum test scores listed on our  English language requirements page .

Pre-sessional English courses

If you're struggling to reach the required English level, consider enrolling on one of our pre-sessional English courses .

For more details on the English language courses and support we offer, visit our English language support page .

Interviews, portfolios and additional requirements

Please check the entry requirements on individual course pages to find out if an interview, portfolio or assessment is required for your course. If this is the case, we'll let you know what and how you need to prepare via email.

For further information, contacts your admissions office.

Preparation courses for students without the required qualifications

If you've finished your secondary education, but your qualifications don't allow you to attend university, a Foundation Certificate or foundation year can help you access an undergraduate degree.

Foundation year

Many of our degrees include the option for a foundation year. These are aimed at students who don't have the right qualifications, who want to change their specialism, or who are returning to study after an absence, to access a higher level course. Successful completion of the foundation year leads to entry to the first year of an undergraduate degree.

Us our course search to find a foundation degree.

Foundation Certificate

For international students, our partner college Kaplan International College London offers a Foundation Certificate leading to entry to a broad range of our Bachelor's degrees.

To find out more and apply, visit the Kaplan International College London website .

If you've studied previously or want to transfer

If you’ve already studied part of a degree elsewhere or have relevant work experience, you may be able to join a degree course part-way through. This is known as advanced entry.

If you'd like to request advanced entry, you'll need to state this clearly on your UCAS application form in the ‘point of entry’ section.

For more information, visit our recognition of prior learning pages .

Fees, funding and scholarships

You can find the fees for undergraduate degrees in the fees and funding section of our course pages.

For available scholarships and other funding options, see our fees and funding pages .

Students with additional requirements

Students with disabilities.

We encourage applications from students with disabilities and consider all applications on academic grounds. If you have a disability that might affect your studies, please indicate this clearly on your application form.

The procedure for admission of disabled applicants is in accordance with the legislative requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act, and you may be invited for an interview to discuss whether any special arrangements or equipment you need can be provided. 

Some courses might be unsuitable for applicants with particular disabilities. If you are applying late, for example through UCAS Clearing, you may be required to defer for a year to allow the University to make reasonable adjustments.

For more information, please visit our Disability Learning Support pages .

Care leavers

To help you settle in, we've developed a guidance and support package tailored especially for care leavers.

For more information, have a look at our care leavers pages .

Applicants with a criminal record

We believe an unspent criminal conviction should not automatically prevent an individual from studying at the University of Westminster. Disclosing a criminal conviction is not a requirement of an application to study at the University and applicants will only ever be assessed on their academic suitability. 

The exception to this are students who require a visa to study in the UK, who are required to disclose this information as part of the visa application process.

For further information, please see our guidance for those with criminal convictions .

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Fees and funding

Have a look at the student loans, grants and scholarships that may be available to you.

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How to apply

The CREAM Doctoral programme is part of the University of Westminster’s wider doctoral programme, hosting doctoral researchers across its schools and colleges in a broad range of subject areas, and with close links to its sister organisation, the Communication and Media Research institute (CAMRI) in the School of Media and Communication.

The University’s PhD programme is co-ordinated through Westminster’s Graduate School . The Graduate administers the running of the university doctoral programme and offers a Doctoral Research Development Programme of workshops and seminars to support it.

When thinking about applying to the CREAM doctoral programme, applicants may wish to contact the most appropriate CREAM researchers to support and supervise their research by consulting the profiles of CREAM Researchers under Film and Media , Music and Fashion , Photography and Art and Society . Before contacting a potential supervisor, applicants are advised to consult the online guidelines on how to write a research proposal, which will help to focus and structure their research proposal for consideration.

All applications are made online via UCAS. There are two start dates per year, in September and January. Applicants may apply at any time of year, however they are recommended to apply before 1 May for September or 31 August for January. 

When submitting an application, please note that CREAM research areas relate closely to the PhD research areas of Creative Media, Film, Music, Photography and Visual Arts outlined through the UCAS application portal. For general information on how to apply, modes of study, fees and funding please visit Research Degrees at Westminster .

For further enquiries or queries about the CREAM Doctoral Programme please contact CREAM PhD Co-ordinators Ozlem Koksal, [email protected] and Julie Marsh, [email protected] .

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2023–2024 Graduate Academic Catalog

Admission to the university, admission criteria, readmission of former students, international students.

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Westminster's graduate programs welcome applications from prospective students who are committed to active learning, respect for diverse people and perspectives, collaboration and teamwork, personal and social responsibility, university-wide excellence, and high ethical standards. Program faculty and the Graduate Admission Committees carefully consider applications using a holistic approach to its review. When evaluating an application file, factors such as prior academic experience, writing ability, references, interpersonal skills, maturity and professional fitness are considered. Westminster University does not discriminate based on race, color, pregnancy, childbirth, or pregnancy-related conditions, age, religion, national origin, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, military status, and genetic information, or other legally protected status. The university's commitment to nondiscrimination applies to students, employees, and applicants for admission and employment. For additional information, see the full Non-Discrimination Statement .

Admission Process

Prospective students who wish to enter a degree, certificate, or endorsement program at Westminster University are required to submit a completed application for admission. Applicants must hold a baccalaureate degree earned from a regionally accredited college or university in the United States or the international equivalent.

A candidate for admission must submit the following materials to the Office of Graduate Admissions:

  • Completed Westminster Application
  • $50 application fee
  • A professional statement of intent
  • Official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended

See further required application materials per graduate program. Each program’s application requirements can be found online.

All materials submitted to the Graduate Admissions Office become the property of the university and cannot be returned to the student or sent to another school. For important application dates and events scheduled for prospective graduate students at Westminster, please contact Graduate Admissions at 801.832.2200 or 800.748.4753 . Send e-mail inquiries to [email protected]

Deferred Admission

Admitted graduate students for many of Westminster University’s graduate programs are eligible to request deferred admission. Deferred admission is offered to students who plan to delay their enrollment to a different semester than the one they were admitted to.

Requests for deferred admission must be submitted prior to deposit deadline for a program and may be requested for up to 3 semesters.

Deferred admission is not intended to allow students to begin or continue their graduate career elsewhere, though students may take a limited number of courses as a part-time student during their deferred admission period. Westminster assumes that any academic work pursued during the deferred admission period will be at an academic level consistent with or above the student's academic performance record with which they gained acceptance to Westminster University. Students must submit all transcripts from university-level coursework completed during the deferred admission period. The university reserves the right to reverse a prior admissions decision based on poor results of academic work completed during the deferred admission period.

Prior to their return, students must confirm their intention to enroll by submitting a second non-refundable tuition deposit. Learn about deferred enrollment.

Non-Degree Seeking Students

Non-degree seeking students are defined as students who are enrolled at the university but have not applied for, or been accepted into, a degree program. Non-degree seeking students, therefore, are those who plan to take courses for “interest only.” Non-degree seeking students are subject to the academic regulations of the university. Credit earned while in non-degree seeking student status is not considered toward a degree unless the student applies for admission to, and is accepted by, the university as a degree-seeking student. A maximum of 21 semester hours of coursework taken as a non-degree-seeking student may be considered for credit earned toward a degree. Non-degree seeking students are not eligible to receive institutional or federal financial aid. Those who wish to pursue a degree must complete the admission process as a degree-seeking student. Non-degree seeking students must be admitted as degree-seeking prior to the first day of classes in the semester in which they wish to be considered degree-seeking.

Students who wish to register at the university after an absence of three or more academic semesters (including Summer semester) must apply for readmission through the Office of Graduate Admissions. Re-entering students are subject to the academic requirements in effect at the time of their re-entry. Westminster University makes every effort to honor coursework taken in previous years; however, due to curriculum changes, this cannot be guaranteed. Previous coursework in question must be reviewed by individual academic departments with a final agreement submitted in writing to the Registrar's Office. Students readmitted after three or more semesters will be expected to meet program requirements for the catalog in effect at the time of readmission. This includes program cost of tuition and fees at the time of readmission. 

Readmission of Service Members or Veterans

In accordance with the Higher Education Reauthorization Act, Westminster University will readmit military service members at the same academic status in which they left the institution for service activation or deployments, provided the student notifies the university in advance of their deployments and are not absent from the institution for more than five years, cumulatively. Those students who fail to provide advance notice may re-enroll after providing proof of service.

To readmit a service member with the same academic status means that the institution readmits the service member:

  • To the same program, unless the service member requests or agrees to admission to another program (if the service member’s program is no longer offered, the institution must admit the service member to the program that is the most similar);
  • With the same number of credit hours or clock hours completed, unless the service member is admitted to a different program and the hours are not transferable.
  • With same academic standing (for example, satisfactory academic progress status).
  • For the first academic year, with the same tuition and fee charges as when the service member left, unless military benefits will pay the increase, but never more than the institution is charging other students.
  • For subsequent academic years or for a different program, by assessing tuition and fee charges that are no more than the institution is charging other students.

The university accepts and enrolls students who are citizens of countries other than the United States. Full-time international students are issued Forms I– 20 to enable them to apply for student visas.

Admission Requirements

To be considered for graduate enrollment at the university, international students must hold the equivalent of a U.S. Bachelor's degree and meet all admissions requirements for the graduate program of study. International students must submit the following materials to the Office of Admissions:

  • Complete Westminster University Graduate Admissions Application and $50 application fee
  • Official transcripts, academic records, diplomas, national examination results, certificates or degrees received from accredited post-secondary institution, university and/or professional schools and any necessary translations. International college or university transcripts must be submitted to a   NACES member organization external evaluation service company for a course-by-course evaluation, for example,  World Education Services or  Spantran for course-by-course evaluation services. Students who attend English speaking universities or colleges in Canada do not need to complete a NACES evaluation. 
  • Evidence of adequate financial support to cover the total cost of attendance for two semesters. This most commonly comes in the form of a certified bank statement or bank letter as well as a Statement of Financial Responsibility as issued by Westminster University.
  • Any other requirements including exams, recommendations, and additional supporting documents required by the individual graduate programs.

Once all required documentation has been received and the student has been accepted for admission, a Form I–20 will be sent to the student. All materials submitted to the Graduate Admissions Office become the property of the university and cannot be returned to the student or sent to another school. If the student's school or ministry of education issues only one copy of post-secondary school grades or examination scores, the Office of Graduate Admissions will make a certified copy and return the original to the student; however, in all cases copies must be made from originals. Duplicated copies will not be accepted.

English Proficiency Policy

All applicants, regardless of citizenship status, must demonstrate proficiency in English to obtain admission to Westminster University graduate program. To fulfill this requirement, applicants must satisfy one of the following criteria:

A. Earn a high school diploma, Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited U.S. high school, college or university.

B. Complete the equivalent of U.S. bachelor's degree in one of the following countries:

  • American Samoa
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  • British Virgin Islands
  • Canada (except the Province of Quebec)
  • Cayman Islands
  • Christmas Islands
  • Cocos Islands
  • Cook Islands
  • Falkland Islands
  • Micronesia Islands
  • New Zealand
  • Norfolk Island
  • Northern Mariana Islands
  • Papua New Guinea
  • Pitcairn Islands
  • Ryuku Islands
  • Sierra Leone
  • Solomon Islands
  • South Africa
  • St Kitts and Nevis
  • St Vincent and the Grenadines
  • Trinidad and Tobago
  • Turks and Caicos Islands
  • United Kingdom
  • S. Virgin Islands

C. Take an English proficiency test and meet one of the following score requirements:

* Westminster University will consider scores from the IELTS Indicator and the TOEFL iBT Home Edition. The university will accept TOEFL iBT superscores for the purpose of meeting TOEFL iBT requirements.

D. Complete Level 8 at the University of Utah English Language Institute (ELI) with a "B+" average or higher (only applies to applicants in the following programs: Master of Arts in Teaching, and Master of Arts in Community Leadership, Master of Education, Master of Public Health).

Westminster University reserves the right to require demonstration of English proficiency, even if a candidate demonstrates eligibility for a proficiency waiver.

Westminster's graduate application can be found online.

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About university of westminster, why study here.

Home to over 19,000 students from 169 countries, the University of Westminster has been offering practical education from the heart of London for over 180 years. We have a pioneering history that fuels our dedicated mission: to help students like you from different backgrounds achieve your full potential.

As a Westminster student you will join our international community and will work with our academic colleagues throughout your learning journey, experiencing the excitement of new ideas, work experience and travel opportunities, gaining the skills you need to excel in your future.

Creativity, innovation and research

Established as Britain’s first polytechnic in 1838, we foster innovation and creativity, informed by professional practice and inspired by research. With over 183 industry partners, these connections and expertise will support you to become a work-ready graduate.

Our promise to you is that we will help you to develop your confidence, resilience and individuality, so that you are able to make the very most of your learning at Westminster, and go on to find fulfilling work and richly contribute to society.


Colleges, schools and departments

The University is divided into three colleges , which have four schools each. According to the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) Panel, “the University of Westminster delivers teaching, learning and outcomes for its students that meet rigorous national quality requirements for UK higher education.”

Subjects at postgraduate level include:

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Architecture, Interiors and Urban design
  • Art, Design and Visual Culture
  • Biological and Biomedical Sciences
  • Business and Management
  • Computer Science and Engineering
  • Construction, Surveying and Real Estate
  • Criminology and Sociology
  • Data Science and Informatics
  • English and Creative Writing
  • Film and Television
  • Media and Communication
  • Nutrition and Public Health
  • Politics and International Relations
  • Tourism and Events Management
  • Transport and Logistics


London is our campus

Three of our campuses are under five minutes’ walk from central London Tube stations, and our Harrow Campus in north-west London is only 20 minutes by Tube from central London. This enviable location also means that your classroom goes well beyond the walls of the University. Your teaching will be enhanced with study visits, guest lectures from key industry professionals or thought-leaders and close proximity to a vast range of employers.

Award winning facilities

Over £60 million has been invested in our facilities and resources in recent years with new and exciting developments to our campuses. Whether you are studying, playing sports or enjoying the arts, our facilities make the University of Westminster an exceptional place to learn, live and work.

Recent investments include the unique restoration of the Regent Street Cinema , which was the birthplace of British cinema to a paying audience. We have a new cutting-edge digital Fabrication Laboratory - a dedicated lab for architecture and construction - that offers a range of 3D printers and laser cutters. We are also one of the few universities in the UK to offer access to Bloomberg Financial Market Suites.

Across the campuses, our excellent facilities include libraries equipped with an extensive collection of books, journals, DVDs and other specialist materials; cafes and coffee shops; gym facilities; prayer and quiet rooms; advanced IT services and spaces; and dedicated innovative learning and lecture spaces.

Alongside all of this, we have unique and specialist resources and facilities for our students - available according to course of study - including:

  • Art, design, photography, film and TV studios
  • World-class audio recording studios
  • State-of-the-art scientific laboratories
  • Dedicated architecture studios
  • Specialist workshops for a range of media


Careers and employability

Postgraduate study is a significant investment of your time and money; we are determined to make sure that your investment reaps the best possible rewards for your career, and creates a future for you that is full of prospects.

During your time at Westminster you will have access to our comprehensive online vacancy service, where you will find internal and external career opportunities.

We are ideally located in central London to build strong working relationships with professional associations and potential employers, and provide great placements, internships, and networking opportunities for our students. Our dedicated Careers and Employability Service works with an ever-expanding network of over 7,000 employers, to provide you with exceptional career support and guidance.

Postgraduate students can also benefit from Westminster’s Mentoring Scheme. Mentoring is a long-term relationship that meets a developmental need, and your mentor will facilitate your personal and professional growth by sharing knowledge and insights, to help you succeed.

International students

We have one of the largest international student bodies of any university. Westminster is ranked 5th in the UK and 43rd in the world for international outlook. (THE Young University Rankings 2021). Wherever you come from, we can offer you a distinctly British learning experience within a truly international environment.

We have plenty of experience in giving international students the help and support you need to make the most of your time with us. Before you arrive, you will receive a full information pack with all the details you need about enrolment, healthcare advice and support services.

Once you are here, we have lots of ways to make sure you settle in and feel at home. Our International Students’ Welcome Programme gives you the chance to meet current international students as well as fellow new students and Westminster staff, find your way around the university and London, and learn about our facilities and services.

If you wonder what it’s like to study at the University of Westminster or in London our international student blog will give you an insight. Our international students share their experiences of adapting to life in the UK, making new friends for life, dealing with homesickness and fulfilling their dreams.



We aim to make the choice of where you live as simple as possible. Whether you decide to live in our halls of residence or in private housing we can help you find the right accommodation .

Full-time postgraduate students can apply to live at our Central London Halls or Harrow Hall, where there are exclusive floors for postgraduate students. The majority of rooms available are single study, en-suite bedrooms with shared kitchens. These halls are centrally located with a maximum of five tube stops from any of our campuses. Prices for a single en-suite room start from £181.23 per week inclusive of all utilities.

You might prefer to live in private accommodation. There is a supply of rented housing in central London at a wide range of prices. Rents depend on where you live, but as an example the majority of students studying in central London commute as it is more affordable, you can expect to pay from approximately £250 per week upwards for a room in a shared flat or house, depending on the area and accommodation you choose.

Funding and scholarships

The University of Westminster has one of the most generous scholarship schemes of any British university, and we are able to offer a wide range of scholarships for the UK, EU and international postgraduates, and for those studying on either full-time or part-time routes.

Student Finance England (SFE) has a loan for students starting a postgraduate Masters course, which can be used to pay tuition fees or help meet your maintenance or study costs. Your course must be at postgraduate Masters level and you must meet the eligibility rules that relate to residence, settled status, previous study and qualifications.

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Application process

To apply for a postgraduate course , simply click on the red 'Apply' button at the top of our course pages.

There is no official deadline for applications to the University of Westminster, but we urge applicants to apply as soon as possible and recommend that you apply at least three months before the course starts, particularly if you need a student visa to study in the UK.

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The School of Social Sciences at the University of Westminster is pleased to offer three Studentships for prospective PhD researchers starting in September 2024. Located in the heart of London, the School of Social Sciences has an active research culture to which our well-established doctoral research programme makes a vital contribution. The School is home to the Centre for Psychological Sciences, Centre for the Study of Democracy, and the Centre for Social Justice Research, all of which have a vibrant community of PhD researchers. Research in the School across these fields has an international reputation for excellence, as was confirmed by the 2021 Research Excellence Framework. 

The successful candidates will have exceptional research potential in one or more Social Science disciplines: Criminology, International Relations, Politics, Psychology or Sociology. We welcome and encourage creative and multi-disciplinarity approaches. We are particularly keen to see applications from students from under-represented backgrounds. 

The studentships will consist of: 

A fee waiver and an annual stipend of £20,622 (23/24 rate, raising each year in line with UKRI increases) for three years.* This includes London weighting.

Please note that while overseas fee-paying students may apply, the fee waived would be at the home/EU rate and successful applicants will need to pay the difference in the tuition fee if assessed as overseas.

We are looking for high-quality prospective doctoral students who will contribute to at least one of the key areas of research within the School listed below. We strongly recommend you discuss your proposal with potential supervisor/s before submitting, as applications will require their support to be shortlisted. See the research centre websites for details of our areas of research and supervision. 

Westminster Centre for Psychological Sciences  

  • Stress, health and wellbeing (includes the Psychophysiology and Stress Research Group (PSRG)Learning and development
  • Brain, cognition and perception
  • Identity, self and society
  • Forensic and investigative psychology 

See our website for further details of advertised projects

Centre for the Study of Democracy

  • Contemporary democratic theory and practice
  • Critical international relations theory and practice
  • Energy security, energy transitions, political economy of resources
  • Governance, public policy, neoliberalism, complexity, anthropocene
  • Politics of identity, gender, misogyny, race, sexuality, technology
  • Postcolonial politics, nationalism, small states, Asian geopolitics
  • States, security, development, rights, diplomacy, violence

Centre for Social Justice Research

  • education, critical pedagogies, prisoner education
  • family studies, young people, juvenile justice
  • gender studies, queer theory, sexuality, embodiment
  • leisure studies, public space, gentrification
  • media activism, social movements
  • migration and border regimes, terrorism studies, trafficking, organised crime
  • prisons, probation, criminal justice, convict criminology
  • race and racism, policing, religion, social class
  • sex education and sexual harm

  • The studentships will include a comprehensive personal and professional development training and mentoring programme provided through the University of Westminster Graduate School. The researchers will join a School that is strongly committed to decolonising and diversifying policies, practices and cultures within, and beyond, Higher Education. The School is fully committed to enabling a supportive and safe learning and working environment which is equitable, diverse and inclusive, based on mutual respect and trust. 

Entry requirements and how to apply

Candidates should normally have a minimum classification of 2.1 in their Bachelor Degree or equivalent and preferably a Masters degree. Applicants whose secondary level education has not been conducted in the medium of English should also demonstrate evidence of appropriate English language proficiency normally defined as IELTS: 6.5 (overall score with not less than 6.0 in any of the individual elements).

You can read more about what should be in a PhD research proposal here

You can read more about our entry requirements here

To make an application, follow the link below to apply for the programme most appropriate to your research.

Applications should be submitted by 5pm on 8 March 2024. Interviews will take place through online video communication.

It is essential you include the title of the studentship in your application header i.e. “SSS Studentship”.

Note that the programme appears as MPhil on UCAS, however there is an option on the form trequest PhD via MPhil, which is the standard route.

For queries about any aspect of the application process, or informal enquiries about areas of research, please contact the relevant research centre:

Centre for Psychological Sciences: [email protected]  

Centre for the Study of Democracy: [email protected]

Centre for Social Justice Research: [email protected]

* Minimum full-time enrolment before submission is 33 months. Fee waivers and maintenance are in place for the three-year studentship. Following that there is a six month no fee period for writing up. Should a doctoral research student not have submitted by the end of the no fee period then a £1,500 fee is applicable.

To submit your application please click on the ' Apply ' button above.

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Doctor of philosophy, the doctor of philosophy is the highest degree available for theological and biblical studies. it combines deep scholarly research with training in effective writing and communication to prepare you to serve christ and his global church., the doctor of philosophy program offers specialization in two fields: biblical studies (concentrations in old testament or new testament) and historical & theological studies (concentrations in church history, systematic theology, or apologetics)., westminster’s integrated training will prepare you to:.

Demonstrate mastery of core methods and tools of theological research

Gain expertise in a chosen field of theological or biblical study

Produce scholarly work that contributes to the advancement of a major field of study

Deepen your theological understanding to better serve in pastoral ministry, teaching, or further academic scholarship

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“No other factor in my many years of theological training has done more to define who I am as a theologian and set the trajectory for continued development as a pastor and professor as my PhD studies at Westminster. The Van Tillian contours of the integrated curriculum are an invitation to epistemological humility and eschatological hope. Here, precision meets the pastoral, acumen the affectional, thus yielding informed minds and enflamed hearts.”

David filson, pastor, christ presbyterian church, integrated training, the doctor of philosophy program combines deep theological study with rigorous research methods under the guidance of expert faculty., our curriculum is crafted to be cumulatively sequential and thoroughly integrated..

Each discipline derives its content and methodology from Scripture and therefore necessarily draws on—and informs—all other disciplines.

Core Courses

3–4 courses.

Hermeneutical & Biblical Studies

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History of Interpretation

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In addition to your core courses, you will also take elective courses that typically serve to inform your dissertation. PhD students in Hermeneutics & Biblical Studies choose three electives, and students in Historical or Theological Studies choose four.

In order to ensure that you are well-read within your field, you will also take three readings courses in which you will read and digest key texts relevant to your research.

Research Languages

Students need to demonstrate proficiency by way of exam in two of the following languages: Latin, German, French, or Dutch.

Students will conduct independent research, work constructively with exegetical and theological problems, and ultimately contribute to knowledge in their subject field through a dissertation that is worthy of publication. Students’ dissertations will culminate in an oral defense before the faculty.

Westminster’s expert faculty is made up of dynamic biblical scholars who are personally invested in mentoring and training the next generation of specialists in the bible., scott oliphint, apologetics, nate shannon, iain duguid, old testament, david garner, systematic theology, vern poythress, brandon crowe, new testament, jonathan gibson, todd rester, church history, stephen coleman, mark garcia, brian mattson, sinclair ferguson, peter lillback, david filson, view full academic catalog, the doctor of philosophy will prepare you to serve in a wide range of contexts., phd alumni serve in:.

Teaching & Professorship

Seminary Leadership

Continuing academic scholarship

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Programs intentionally crafted for ministry preparation and deep academic study.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the time expectations for the phd program.

The recommended timeline for the PhD is four years. Most coursework must be completed in-residence at Westminster’s campus. The maximum time to complete is seven years.

What are the admissions requirements for the PhD program?

In addition to Westminster’s standard admissions requirements, applicants to the PhD program must also submit a GRE score, a writing sample, and a dissertation proposal. The writing sample should be no more than 10 pages and should be from work completed in a master’s program focused on the applicant’s desired PhD concentration. The dissertation proposal should be a half-page summary.

What fields of study are offered for the PhD program?

The PhD program is offered in two fields: biblical studies and historical & theological studies. The historical and theological field offers three concentrations: church history, systematic theology, and apologetics. The biblical studies field offers two concentrations: New Testament and Old Testament.

Westminster would be honored to help equip you for the profound work God is calling you to. Our admissions staff are available to answer any questions you may have.


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Why choose uk.

Excellent research opportunities spanning 28 faculty with major strengths in biological, environmental, and materials chemistry; competitive stipends; excellent support facilities; and a fantastic location in the middle of horse and bourbon country with beautiful hiking and nearby world-class rock climbing. Our program is designed such that students take coursework to develop a core expertise while taking special topics courses in areas of interest. Our collaborative research groups provide students with opportunities to have diverse experiences, both in their primary advisor's research laboratories but also in others at UK and at our partner institutions. Further training outside of research includes programs in preparing students for faculty positions as well as exposure and training in entrepreneurial ventures. Several groups have received patents for inventions developed at UK, many of which have been licensed by outside companies and others of which have been the basis for start-up companies formed at UK. Furthermore, the welcoming atmosphere in our department provides students with an environment not only for teaching, learning, and research, but also to develop lifelong friendships.

  • Full assistantships, including a typical stipend of up to $29,000/year if supported over the entire summer, full tuition scholarship, and fully paid health insurance are offered to all new students admitted to the PhD program. The relatively low cost of living in Lexington makes this stipend go farther than it would at many other universities. For a list of internal and external funding opportunities, click here .
  • Our department has 28  research groups , which house state-of-the-art instrumentation, and there many opportunities for collaborative research and co-advisement. Our research groups have close ties with national laboratories including Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Argonne National Laboratory, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and the Army Research Laboratory, as well as other academic instituttuions including Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Wake Forest University, Purdue University, Harvard University, the University of Utah, and the University of Michigan. Many of our students spend time at these partner institutions to receive training and conduct experiments.
  • Our shared facilities include a Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Center  that houses 5 NMR spectrometers (400 - 600 MHz, the newest one acquired in 2018), a single crystal X-ray diffraction facility with two diffractometers (newest one acquired in 2017), an Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Facility  with two EPR instruments, a Mass Spectrometry Center , a Light Microscopy Core , Electron Microscopy Center  that includes SEM and TEM instruments including a new (2018) Talos 200x TEM, a Center for Advanced Materials, and the Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering .
  • Our primary research building (Chemistry-Physics Building) houses a machine shop, glass blower, and electronics shop.
  • Interaction with alumni in academia, industry, and other fields who continue to be involved with the Department
  • Weekly seminars from world-renowned scientists and annual events such as the Dawson Lecture  and  Naff Symposium
  • NEW as of Fall 2019: Opportunity to submit an original research proposal for the written portion of the PhD qualifying examination
  • is in the center of horse country and bourbon country!
  • has a relatively low cost of living, making your stipend go farther.
  • is ranked the 10th most educated U.S. city based on college eduation rates.
  • has the most bicycle friendly campus ( Bicycling  magazine )
  • is close to beautiful places to hike and climb, including Raven Run (30 min),  Red River Gorge (1 hour), and  Daniel Boone National Forest (1.5 hours)

How do I apply?

Eligibility criteria.

As of October 2020, we no longer require that applicants take or submit their GRE scores.  Our admissions committee uses some unofficial lower score limits when evaluating applications.  These are not set in stone, and therefore, a score lower than one of these limits does not automatically disqualify an application if other parts of the application are strong. Other important parts of the application include recommendation letters or publications, research/teaching experience, or examples of problem-solving abilities.

The unofficial lower limits are:

  • GPA: 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
  • TOEFL* (each section): 20 or IELTS* (each section): 6.5

*If you are unsure whether TOEFL/IELTS scores are required for your application, please contact your Admissions Officer .

The minimums listed above are used by department's Admission Committee. However, the Graduate School at UK also has required minimums including an undergraduate GPA of 2.75 and a 3.00 for any graduate work.  Please visit their admissions page for more information.

Application process

The application process is managed entirely by the University of Kentucky Graduate School. All materials should be submitted through the web application found at . The materials you need to assemble for application are as follows:

  • TOEFL/IETLS Scores (if an international student)
  • Transcripts from current and prior institutions (Unofficial documents are acceptable for the application.  Admitted students are required to provide official documents.)
  • Personal statement that includes your research interests (include names of faculty at UK)
  • Three letters of reference, to be uploaded by the letter writers

If you are unsure whether TOEFL/IETLS scores are required for your application, please contact your Graduate School Admissions Officer . 

In limited circumstances it may be possible to defer your application fee payment. We only offer a small number of application fee deferrals, and these are awarded based on need, merit, and date of request.  If you would like to request an application fee deferral you must have all application materials completed and uploaded, including three recommendation letters, by December 15. If you intend to apply for an application fee deferral, do not pay the application fee. Once the application fee is paid it will not be refunded. After all materials are uploaded and your application is fully complete, but not submitted, please email [email protected] stating that you are applying for an application fee deferral. Please title the subject of your email "Application Fee Deferral".

Fall Applicants: Primary consideration will be given to applications received by December 15th. While applications may be considered after that time, most admissions decisions are made by the end of February.

If you have questions about our program, or if would like to schedule a campus visit, please email the Director of Graduate Recruiting at [email protected] .


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