The Department of English Language and Applied Linguistics is offering a number of AHRC and ESRC-funded Masters and Doctoral studentships.
We particularly welcome applications in the areas of Corpus Linguistics, Cognitive Linguistics, Literary Linguistics, Language and Social Media, Language and Politics, and the History of English. Within these areas, colleagues have particularly strong specialisms in Metaphor, Construction Grammar, Language Change, the Language of Dickens, Embodied Cognition, Elizabethan English, Narratives and Social Media, and Health Discourse.
For a full description of the research interests of potential supervisors, please see our staff pages.
The Midlands3Cities Doctoral Training Programme is a collaboration between the universities of Birmingham and Birmingham City, Leicester, De Montfort, Nottingham, and Nottingham Trent. You can search for a supervisor within the AHRC M3C pages.
Other research funding opportunities at Birmingham.
For further information about our programmes see our course pages: