Institute for Medieval Research
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Medieval studies undergraduate, postgraduate taught course and research degree opportunities

Study in the medieval city of Nottingham

The IMR provides an overarching teaching and research community for medieval specialists from a range of disciplinary backgrounds.

Modules and programmes are offered through a number of Nottingham schools and departments. It is possible to focus on a specific topic, or explore connections across a range of disciplines.

As a postgraduate student you are invited to participate in the IMR programme of seminars and workshops, and make your own contribution to the collective knowledge of our researchers.

Dr Chris King showcases The University of Nottingham Museum, one of many resources within the campus and city for scholars of the Middle Ages


Research opportunities in medieval studies

Doctoral supervision can be tailored in negotiation with experts in your chosen field. 

Please see staff research interests and individual Schools and Departments for PhD/MPhil opportunities.

Classics and Archaeology



Modern Languages (French, German, Spanish, Russian)


Theology and Religious Studies



Postgraduate taught courses in medieval studies

Medieval studies is offered within a variety of postgraduate disciplines.

Please see individual course profiles for overviews and entry requirements.

Archaeology (MRes, MA)

English Studies (Medieval Pathway - MA)

History (MRes, MA)

Viking and Anglo-Saxon Studies (MA)


Undergraduate courses with medieval themes and modules

Medieval themes and modules are offered across a range of single and joint honours degrees.




Online prospectuses

Postgraduate research

Postgraduate taught course


Our facilities

Digital Transformations Hub

Manuscripts and Special Collections

Lakeside Arts Centre

University of Nottingham






Institute for Medieval Research

The University of Nottingham
University Park Campus
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

telephone: +44 (0) 115 951 4845