CSEG welcomes PhD research proposals in the realm of European politics, either domestic or international. For more information about areas of supervision , funding and the application process visit our research degree pages .
The Postgraduate Open Day generally takes place in November. For more information please consult the School of Politics and International Relations Open Days website .
If you require any information about the MA or PhD in the Centre for the Study of European Governance , please contact CSEG .
"As a PhD student in the School of Politics and International Relations, I find myself part of a vibrant academic community. Throughout my studies, I have enjoyed excellent support with my research and had opportunities to acquire a number of skills that will benefit me in my career. My supervisors, and other members of staff, are very helpful and happy to give advice on how to progress professionally, as well as on how to find that all important work-life balance. The active and engaging postgraduate community is another great asset of our department. I can warmly recommend prospective PhD students to come here as I believe they will find the environment to be very stimulating and supportive". Helena Ekelund , PhD student of European Politics
"Despite having done my undergraduate in the Politics and International Relations department I was still nervous about whether I'd be able to continue my studies to a higher level. Fortunately the quality of the teaching and resources available to me on the MA European and Global Politics course meant I was not only able to cope with the greater challenge of Postgraduate study but actually achieve higher grades then I had as an undergraduate". James Sheard, MA student of European Global Politics.