PhD at the School of English
Introduction to the Program
The PhD Programme at the School of English at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC) is a a three to four-year postgraduate degree program taught in English.
The University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC) was the first Sino-foreign university to open its doors in China. Established in 2004, with the full approval of the Chinese Ministry of Education, we are run by The University of Nottingham with cooperation from Zhejiang Wanli Education Group, a key player in the education sector in China.
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About the Program
The PhD programme offers flexible supervision between UNNC and the University of Nottingham UK (UNUK). Depending on the proposed research, students may be required to spend part of their studies at UNUK, but students will be registered at UNNC, and graduates will be awarded a University of Nottingham UK degree which is also recognised by the Chinese Ministry of Education.
Applied Linguistics; Sociolinguistics; Stylistics; Functional linguistics; Corpus Linguistics; Psycholinguistics; Modern English Literary Studies.
Applicants must have a Masters degree in a relevant field.
Proof of English-language proficiency if not a native English speaker.
- Electronic copy/scan of TOEFL/Cambridge/IELTS certificate. This may be submitted after the main application deadline if necessary.
Start Date of the program
Applications can be made throughout the year, although you must allow at least one month for processing your application before the commencement of the programme.
The tuition fees are RMB90000 each year. The total tuition fee for the 4 year program is 360000 RMB.
The University has several buildings designated for international students, building 11, 18 and 20. All rooms are fully furnished and equipped with air conditioning and a telephone and computer point; enabling students to make and receive telephone calls and access the University’s data network from their bedrooms. For further information on the accommodation visit the accommodation page here.