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The Graduate Research Centre offers a vibrant and supportive environment for students pursuing postgraduate research. The Centre provides postgraduate training to enhance academic and professional development and facilitates participation in seminar programmes, workshops and international conferences.

As part of our postgraduate research community, you will join a dynamic environment and have access to excellent facilities including a computing suite. There are also opportunities to join our postgraduate student societies, to enhance employability through work placement opportunities and to present your first academic paper at the annual Arts and Humanities postgraduate conference.

Postgraduate Research Student Handbook

The Postgraduate Research Student Handbook 2018 contains all information relevant to Postgraduate Research in the College of Arts and Humanities (COAH).

Some information in this handbook links to the University Academic Guide which contains important regulations, policies and procedures relating to your studies. You should also refer to the University Academic Handbook – Postgraduate Research (available shortly) which refers to Academic Regulations, Policies and Procedures.   As a Swansea University student it is your responsibility to familiarise yourself with the information contained within the College and University Handbooks.

If you have any questions about your studies and cannot find what you need in the Handbooks, please contact the Graduate Research Centre Office or MyUniHub.

Research Degrees

Find out more information about the research degrees we offer.

Take a look at some of the areas our postgraduate students are researching.

Academic and Professional Development

Academic and Professional Development

The Graduate Centre provides a comprehensive package of skills and training opportunities to enhance the academic and professional development of our students.  Read more >>>

Arts and Humanities Annual Conference

Arts and Humanities Annual Conference

The annual interdisciplinary postgraduate conference offers an ideal platform for students to disseminate their research to peers and academic staff across the College of Arts and Humanities. Participation in the conference provides excellent networking opportunities, a chance to be a conference organiser as a member of the working party and to have your paper published in the annual conference proceedings. >>>