There are a number of options when it comes to studying for a postgraduate research degree here at Wrexham University.
- Master of Philosophy (MPhil)*
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)*
*Please note that our awarding body for MPhil/ PhD degrees is the University of Chester
- Master of Research (MRes)*
*Please note that the awarding body for the MRes is Wrexham University
Research topics are varied, often influenced by factors such as a student's academic strengths, personal interests and the research specialities of the university.
We have a number of Research Centres across our two faculties: Faculty of Social and Life Sciences (FSLS) and Faculty of Art, Science and Technology (FAST). To find out more about research specialisms within the faculties, current research projects and upcoming events, please visit Our Research.
When you join Wrexham University as a postgraduate research (PGR) student, you will become part of our vibrant and supportive research community, where we will help to nurture your interests and develop skills and insights essential to your future progress.
The Research Office coordinate central research community activities that are inclusive of our PGR students, examples include:
- Open House for Research
- PGR Inductions
- Research Coffee Mornings
- Annual Visualising Research Competition
- Culture Cafés
- Wrexham Talks Research
The Researcher Development Programme creates a learning environment that allows researchers from all disciplines across the University to enhance their skills for a successful research experience and career.
Based upon Vitae’s Researcher Development Framework, we offer a comprehensive training and development opportunities throughout the academic year including the Confident Researcher.
|Research Integrity||Professor Richard Day Richard.Day@glyndwr.ac.uk|
|Research Integrity||Head of Research - Frances Thomason Frances.firstname.lastname@example.org|