The School offers opportunities for full-time and part-time study leading to the degrees of PhD and MPhil.
Supervision is available across a wide range of research topics in journalism, media and cultural studies. Applicants are encouraged to visit the school's research pages for more detailed information on research groups and staff research interests. The School always offers a number of research students financial support each year, providing outstanding applicants with reduced tuition fees and offering paid teaching opportunities.
If eligible, students can apply for a Knowledge Economy Skills Scholarship (KESS). Recent examples include Rachel Howells' 'Understanding the democratic deficit in the digital economy of local news' and Hugh Griffiths' 'Digital platforms: learning, change and national brand'.
A BA degree (upper second class or above) or an MA degree in a relevant subject, awarded by a recognised university or equivalent.
Please note that candidates whose first language is not English will normally be expected to obtain a minimum IELTS score of 7.5.
The University's Graduate College offers many training benefits for postgraduate students and encourage interdisciplinary research.
Prospective students can find further advice on funding their studies from the Cardiff University website's Postgraduate section.
For general enquiries please contact Student Support Officer Cerys Thomas.
Students should apply for their course using the Online Application Service.