PhD in Literature – University of Warwick

  • Literature
  • £4,260
  • Per Year
  • EEA
  • 3-4 years
  • On campus

The aim of the course is to prepare students for teaching or conducting research in literary practice in the academia. You can enrol in this programme if you want not only to complete a short story, novella, novel, poetry and the collection of non-fiction work, but to situate your own writing practice in relation to literary traditions, theories and new developments. The department offers the attention of best writers o PhD scholars.


You will write a thesis of between 80,000 and 100,000 words, consisting of two parts: original creative work (a novel, a collection of stories, a collection of poetry, a work or collection of creative non-fiction) and a critical essay demonstrating the cultural and intellectual context of the creative work. Candidates will be given one or two supervisors, one of whom will be among the Associate Professors of the Warwick Writing Programme. You will meet with your supervisors, together or separately, at least once a month during the teaching year (full time) or twice a term (part time).

Detailed Course Facts

Start dates and application deadlines

  • University Name :

    University of Warwick

    Course Started On :

    January - June, July - December

    Course Type :

    Part-time, Full-time

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    Course Sem/Year Type :

    Per Year

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    Type Of Education :

    On campus

    Duration :

    3-4 years

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  • Entry requirements

    You need a Master’s degree or equivalent in a subject related to your proposed project, with a grade of at least 65 or equivalent, two references of people familiar with your work, IELTS with 7.5 band.

  • Work Experience

    No Work Requirement