Birmingham City University (BCU) School of Law
Our experienced academics in the School of Law, many of whom are engaged in internationally recognised research, will provide you with supervision as you pursue a research programme for the award of a PhD degree. Once enrolled, your appointed supervisors, supported by a Director of Research will help you prepare a proposal for registration, the next formal stage in the research programme. Once registered you will then undertake your research and write up your thesis. You may undertake research on either a full-time or part-time basis.
Why Choose Us?
- We aim to enhance your academic and personal development and equip you with the skills and resources to undertake high-quality research.
- You will join a thriving research community and be part of the Centre for American Legal Studies (CALS), one of the University’s research centres of excellence which promotes excellence in research, teaching and consultancy in American law and policy.
- Research students, who have access to a dedicated research room, are encouraged to publish in collaboration with their supervisors and to take part in research conferences.