Research Degrees in
in the Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care
Do you have a burning research question that’s arisen from your professional practice? Do you want to advance or change your career, focus your knowledge or enhance your clinical speciality? Then a full-time or part-time research degree may be for you.
Exciting opportunities are available in Speech and Language Therapy to study for the research degrees of:
Speech and language therapy research at Manchester Met takes place in a friendly and supportive environment, with all SLT lecturing staff involved in research projects. There is an active Communication Disability Research Group and the North West Qualitative Research Group in Health is based at our Manchester campus.
During your research degree you will have the opportunity to be part of the Annual Conference and benefit from experienced supervisors and the wide variety of postgraduate activities, including the University’s research development programme and postgraduate research passport, Faculty based research training and an exciting range of research seminars. Collaborative work across faculties and research institutes is also available.
Whilst this is not an exhaustive list, key research areas include:
Current and recent funded research projects include:
We would like to hear from potential applicants with their own research questions as well as those who are interested in any of the topics above.
Before applying for a research degree, applicants should have a preliminary discussion with a member of staff to discuss a proposed research project.
Please contact Professor Janice Murray (email@example.com) or Dr. Julie Marshall (firstname.lastname@example.org) for an informal conversation:
Tel: 0161 247 2581
For application related queries please contact: