The University of Hertfordshire has a strong community of research degree candidates with a broad spectrum of research activity. We have the most distinctive and varied portfolios of Masters and Doctoral study in the UK, providing a stimulating and diverse environment.
Our aim is to provide the highest level of professional support throughout your degree. At Herts, the next generation of researchers is central to our ongoing research strategy and we are highly committed to supporting your developing work.
Dr Susan Grey, Director of the Doctoral College
We have a strategic programme in research which has Postgraduate research students at its core.
We invite applications for a PhD studentship in History, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) through its Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships (CDP) scheme.
The studentship is guided by joint supervisors from the project partners Tottenham Hotspur Foundation and the University of Hertfordshire.
The studentship was awarded by the Sporting Heritage Consortium and intended to support the work and development of the sporting heritage community in the UK.
The University invites applications for a PhD student to join our Hertfordshire Knowledge Exchange Partnership (HKEP) scheme which is 1-year industrial placement followed by a 3-year PhD studentship funded jointly by the European Regional Development Fund, Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership and DryGro.
Financial support is available for Postgraduate UK and EU students. See what help you could get.
Discover our complete list of research degrees and begin your path towards academic excellence.
The Doctoral College organises events throughout the year for you to meet with other researchers and feel part of the community here at University of Hertfordshire.
These bring junior and senior researchers together to promote a stimulating research environment and cooperation across disciplines and include an annual Research student conference, a Christmas party and a Summer BBQ. We also have guest speakers throughout the year.
The University promotes a strong cohort identity among its research degree students, within a stimulating and supportive learning environment.
QAA HE Review Report of University of Hertfordshire
As a research student, you have an exciting journey ahead but you may also face challenges along the way. Pressure to produce work of a high standard, meeting deadlines and balancing your degree against other commitments. We recognise these challenges and are here to offer the additional support you may need.
Our student wellbeing team delivers a range of professional, specialist services to support you with emotional, mental health, disability and health related issues. All of the services are delivered by trained and experienced staff who take a holistic and multi-disciplinary approach to the delivery of their services ensuring that you get the best support possible.
Find out more about how we can support you: