What are my research options?
By studying for a research degree at UEL, you are making a big investment in your career, and making yourself stand out in an ever-more competitive jobs market.
A research degree is a big commitment, so you'll need to be highly organised, motivated and able to work independently for a minimum of three years' full-time study.
Whether you're motivated by a passion for study, a deep interest in a particular field where UEL has expertise, or simply to advance your career, you'll find UEL a supportive place to pursue your interests.
The main research-based courses are the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Masters of Philosophy (MPhil). There are also many professional doctorates - aimed mainly at professionals who have already begun their careers.
You should study the relevant School's pages and courses to see if there is an academic member of staff who might be able to supervise your study.