Skip to main content Skip to search results
  • Mathematical Sciences PhD – 4 years

    This is a full-time postgraduate research course

    Our research includes algebra and geometry, analysis, applied and interdisciplinary maths, numerical analysis, scientific computing, statistics, and probability.

  • Mathematics MMath (Hons) – 4 years

    UCAS code: G103
    This is a full-time undergraduate course, starting in 2022

    Mathematics enables us to reason logically, to understand structure and to formulate scientific principles, whether from the physical, life or social sciences.

  • Computer Science PhD – 6 years

    This is a part-time postgraduate research course

    A research degree in Computer Science will equip you with skills you can use to develop new products and systems in areas where computers play an integral role.

  • Pharmacy and Pharmacology PhD – 6 years

    This is a part-time postgraduate research course

    Our department is one of the UK’s leading research hubs in pharmaceutical science, whose output is consistently ranked among the very best in the field.

  • Advanced Clinical Pharmacy Practice MSc – 3 years

    This is a distance learning postgraduate course, starting in 2022

    This flexible, part-time MSc for practising pharmacists uses a practice-orientated approach to support your progress towards advanced and consultant roles.

  • Architecture PhD – 4 years

    This is a full-time postgraduate research course

    Study a PhD in a department that integrates architecture and civil engineering research to take on the complex challenges of creating a more sustainable world.

  • Pharmacy & Pharmacology PhD – 4 years

    This is a full-time postgraduate research course

    Research in pharmaceutical and pharmacological sciences touches all aspects of the design and use of drugs and medicines.

  • Global Political Economy PhD – 6 years

    This is a part-time postgraduate research course

    Research political economy transformations at international and transnational levels, along with social and policy implications.