Institute for Medieval Research

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Study with us

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

Medieval themes and modules are available at all levels of study.

PhD

Individual staff across many of our Schools and Departments are able to offer supervision across the broad range of themes covered by the Institute for Medieval Research.

Explore the individual departments to find out more about possible research supervision areas:

 

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.

Postgraduate prospectus

Masters

There are a variety of masters level degrees that contain medieval themes and modules. Please see individual course profiles for overviews and entry requirements.

  • Archaeology (MRes)
  • English Studies (Medieval Pathway - MA)
  • History (MA)
  • Viking and Anglo-Saxon Studies (MA)

Postgraduate prospectus

Undergraduate

The main single honours degrees containing medieval content are:

A joint honours degree allows you to combine the studying of two subjects. This means you can:

  • pursue a medieval theme from different perspectives
  • study a particular medieval topic while also exploring something new

Explore the joint honours combinations available

 

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

 

  

Institute for Medieval Research

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


telephone: +44 (0) 115 951 4845
email:medieval@nottingham.ac.uk