We currently offer 3 different Research Degree qualifications in Anthropology and welcome applications from prospective students with either a 1st or upper second class degree in relevant subject for Master's degree or an appropriate Masters degree for PhD. Research students normally commence study at the beginning of the academic year in October.
Support & Facilities
Research students normally have both a primary and additional research supervisor, or two primary co-supervisors, as their supervisory team. Students are expected to meet with their supervisors at least once per fortnight (unless students are 'in the field'), and regularity of meetings is monitored by the Director of Research Students.
See the wide range of facilities available for research students to help support you whilst you are studying at Durham.
We have many research groups within the department and all research students are members of at least one of these groups. See the range of research groups at Durham.